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Wm,A. McGSinchey, 



COP. STOKES AND 

WESTMINSTER ST. 

OLNEYV1LLE SQ. 



HARDWARE, PAINTS AND OILS Larfl p r Tc°es k Righi. 



SCITUATE 



ALLEN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 



3 1833 01885 1789 



TAX BOOK 



1915. 



GC 

974.502 
SCI8TA, 
1915 



USE ONLY 



MERRIMAC 

HOUSE 

PAINTS 

WESTCOTT, 

SLADE & 

BALCOM CO 

PROVIDENCE, R. I. 

SEND TO US FOR 

Spray Pumps and Materials. 



Edward F. Sibley & Co., Priuters, Olneyville, R. I. 



CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK 

846 Westminster Street, Providence, R, I. 

President - - - JAMES B. PAINE 

Viee President - - - ARTHUR E, AUSTIN 

Vice President - - - CHARLES F. IRONS 



TRUSTEES 

JAMES B. PAINE ARTHUR E. AUSTIN CHARLES LAW 

CHARLES F. IRONS ARTHUR B. HATHAWAY 

CHARLES C. DARLING WILLIAM W. BATCHELDER 

JOHN M. BATTEY EDWIN O. CHASE 

CHARLES' W BUBIER ARTHUR O. OSTBY 



BOARD OF INVESTMENT 

JAMES B. PAINE CHARLES LAW WILLIAM W. BATCHELDER 

ARTHUR B. HATHAWAY JOHN M. BATTEY ELIJAH ALLEN 

CHARLES W. BUBIER EDWIN O. CHASE ARTHUR O. OSTBY 



ESTABLISHED 185 1 

THE 

National Bank of Commerce 

OF PROVIDENCE. 

TURKS HEAD BUILDING 

CAPITAL .... $850,000 
SURPLUS AND PROFITS • $800,000 

President C. PRESCOTT KNIGHT 

Vice President DUTEE WILCOX 

Cashier HENRY L. WILCOX 

Assistant Cashier EDWARD B. FESSENDEN 

Board of Directors : 

DUTEE WILCOX JOHN K.H. NIGHTINGALE 

C. PRESCOTT KNIGHT A. LOCKWOOD DANIELSON 

EDWARD ABORN GREENE HENRY L. WILCOX 
JOHN R. FREEMAN WILLIAM H. THORNLEY 

RUSSELL GRINNELL 

ACCOUNTS INVITED 

Strictly a Commercial Bank 



SCITUATE 



TAX + BOOK 



1915. 



Scituate Public Market 

GROCERIES, MEATS, PRODUCE 
BREAD, PIES AND CARES 

Confectionery Fresh, Direct From Factory 



A FULL LINE OF PATENT MEDICINES. 

Try Clark's prescription for Rheumatism. 
Let us tell you what it has done far others. 



SCITUATE PUBLIC MARKET, 

£. M. SPENCER, Prop. 



Tax Collector's Notice 



The Collector of Taxes of the Town of Scituate will be at the following 
places to receive Town and Poll Taxes: 

At the Town Clerk's Office, Thursday, September 9, 1915, from 10 o'clock 
a. m. to 3 o'clock p. m.; Thursday, September 30, 1915, from 1 to 3 o'clock 
p. m., and Mondays in October, from 10 to 11 o'clock a. m.; also Thursday, 
November 11, 1915, from 1 to 3 o'clock p. m. 

At John A. Round's Store, Clayville, Tuesday, September 7, 191 5, from 
10 o'clock a. m. to 12 o'clock noon. 

At Rockland Store, Tuesday, September 7, 1915, from 1 to 3 o'clock p. m., 
and Monday, September 27, 1915, from 9 o'clock a. m. to 12 o'clock noon. 

At Wright's Store, North Scituate, Saturday, September 11, 1915, from 
9 to 11 o'clock a. m., and Thursday, September 30, 1915, from 8 to 10 
o'clock a. m. 

At Charles E. Salisbury's office, 75 Westminster Street, Room 14, Providence, 
R. I., Monday, September 13, 1915, from 10 o'clock a. m. to 12 o'clock noon. 

At J. A. Cahoone's Store, Kent, Thursday, September 16, 1915, from 9 to 11 
o'clock a. m. 

At Andrews & Knight's Store, Hope, Thursday, September 16, 1915, from 
12 o'clock noon to 4 o'clock p. m., and September 25, 1915, from 9 to 11 o'clock 
a. m. 

At Ashland Store, Thursday, September 30, 1915, from 11 o'clock a. m. 
to 12 o'clock noon. 

These taxes are payable September 1, 1915, and draw interest from October 
1, 1915, at the rate of twelve per cent, per annum. 

Poll taxes will be collected at the same time and places. . 

Taxes will be received at the Collector's residence, near North Scituate, 
R. I., after September i, 1915. 

Tax receipts will not be given by the Town Clerk or Town Treasurer. 
Post Office Money Orders will be received for Taxes. 

Tax-payers should notify the Collector in change of residence. 

After January 3, 191 6, Collector will levy on all real estate of unpaid taxes. 

WILLIS J. BOSS, Collector, 

North Scituate, R. I. 
North Scituate, R. I., August 14, 1915. 



SCITUATE TAX LIST, 



1915 



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Adams, David H 

Adams. Everett W., lot at North Scituate 

Adams, Gilbert W.. 16 acres B. Angell lot i 

Adams, Gilbert W. and Mary E., 175 acres Plain- J 

view Farm ' 

Aldrich, Desire and others, 1ST acres, homestead. 

Aldrich, Frederick M., estate 

Aldrich, George F., heirs, house and lot, North 

Scituate 

Aldrich, George F., heirs, 25 acres, woodland.... 
Aldrich, George F., heirs, 20 acres, woodland.... 
.Aldrich, Georg eF., heirs, -1 acres, swamp meadow 
Aldrich, George F.. heirs, and Fred J., 5 acres, 

swamp meadow 

Aldrich. John G.. 50 acres. Burlingame lot 

Aldrich. Maranda. house and lot. North Scituate 

Aldrich, Susan S., 1 acre, homestead 

Aldrich, Susan S.. 2«S acres, meadow and pasture.. 

Aldrich. Susan S.. 14 acres. Lindon lot 

Aldrich. Susan S.. 26 acres. Mill lot, sprouts.... 

Aldrich. Susan S., % acre near barn 

Allen, Ferdinand H 

Allen. Walter L. and Annie E.. 7 lots. Scott plat, 

Hope 

Almy. Philip. 100 acres, homestead 

Almy, Walter S.. 5 acres. Mathewson farm 

Angell. Allen, deceased. 150 acres, homestead... 
Angell. Andrew, estate. Win. F. Angell, admr. . . . 
Angell, Amey E.. house and lot. Saundersville. . . 

Angell. Amey E.. flowage 

Angell, Carrie C.. lot. North Scituate 

Angell. Charles C, 40 acres. King Farm 

Angell. Edmund R., 3 acres, woodland and pasture 

Angell, Frederick A 

Angell. George A.. SO acres, homestead 

Angell. James H.. 50 acres, homestead 

Angell. James H.. 5 acres, Steere lot 

Angell. Laura L.. 7 acres. Sarle lot 

Angell. Nancy and others, house and lot. North 

North Scituate 

Angell. Nehemiah P.. heirs. 50 ac: - -lead. 

Angell. Sarah E.. house and lot. North Scituate. . 

Angell. Susan, heirs, house and lot. Rockland 

Angell. Stella L., heirs. 10 acres, homestead. 

Scituate 

Angell. Stephen P 

Angell. William F.. shop and lot. North Scituate 
Angell. William F., 12 acres, Andrew Angell 

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Angell. William P., house and lot. North Scituate 
Angell. William F., I acres, swamp meadow.... 

Angell. William F.. Gahan St we -state 

Angell. "William F.. 79 acres Smith lot, sprouts 

Angell. "William F.. 12 acres, woodland 

Angell. "William F.. Louisa Smith, woodland... 
Angell. "William F.. 20 acres. Brown woodland. . . 





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All Kinds 
Lowest Prices 



L. Sweet & Co. 



709 Harris Avenue, Providence, R. I. 



Transact your banking business with the 
Olneyville Branch oi the Union Trust Co. 



NAME 



DESCRIPTION 



Land 



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Angell, Warren E. and Jennie B., 60 acres, Bishop 

Farm 

Angell, Zilpha, heirs, 30 acres, Fenner Angell 

Farm 

Anderson, Andrew H., 200 acres, Atwood Farm... 

Andrews, Knight, store goods, Hope 

Andrews, Frank R 

Alverson, Nelson D., West estate, Hope 

Alverson, Nelson D. and Frank W. Hobson, 20 

acres, pine swamp 

Amend, Henry, lot, Hope 

Antoine, Joseph and wife, 3 acres, meadow and 

sprouts 

Antoine, Joseph and wife, 11 acres, pasture 

Arguin, Peter, 82 acres, Salisbury Farm 

Arndt, Charles C, 13 acres, Clarke farm 

Arndt, Fred D. and wife, 55 acres, Place farm 

Arndt, Fritz C. and wife, 87 acres, Bishop farm.. 
Arndt, Fritz C. and wife, 25 acres Salisbury lot... 

Arnold, Barnard, 60 acres, homestead 

Arnold, Charlotte E. C, house and lot, North 

Scituate 

Arnold, Earle B 

Arnold, Henry C, 76 acres, homestead 

Arnold, Oliver H., house and lot, Chopmist 

Arnold, Russell A., homestead 

Arnold, William H 

Ashland Company, 100 acres, factory estate 

Ashley, John and Maggie, 10 acres, pine swamp.. 

Atwood, Albert E 

Atwood, Caleb J., 29 acres, part of Great House 

Farm 

Atwood, Ella, 100 acres Job Randall Farm 

Atwood, Henry, heirs, 10 acres, woodland 

Atwood, Marion 

Atwood, Mercie A., homestead, North Scituate 
Atwood, Mercie A., house and lot, North Scituate 
Atwood, Stephen B., estate, Mercie A. Atwood, 

executrix 

Atwood, William A 

Austin, George R., 40 acres, S. Hill Farm 

Austin, Mary A., Pray estate 

Austin, Mary A., Allen Bishop estate 

Babcock, Robert R 

Baker, Charles R., 20 acres, homestead 

Baker, Charles R., 7 acres, Brown lot 

Baker, Charles R., 7 acres, Olney lot 

Baker, Charles R., 2 acres, part of Job Steere 

Farm 

Baker, Irvin H. and Christina, % acre and house, 

North Scituate 

Baker, Rose M., 33 acres, Warren Round Farm... 

Ballou, William L. 

Barber, Allen U., 97 acres, Poole Farm 

Barber, Emery A 

Barber, Robert J 

Barden, Allen L., 13 acres, M. Prosper place 

Barden, Auldis E., 178 acres, homestead 

Barden, Dorothea P., 25 acres, woodland, Barber 
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Buy your Clothing 



at H. C. NOTT & CO. 

OLNEYVILLE SQUARE 



We pay 4% interest on Savings Deposits 

OLNEYVILLE BRANCH 
OF THE UNION TRUST COMPANY. 



NAME 



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Barden, Everett A 

Barden, Eliza A., 3 houses and lot, Ponagansett. . 
Barden, E. A. and I. F. Eddy's heirs, 4 houses and 

lot, Ponagansett 

Barden, E. A. and I. F. Eddy's heirs, Bennett es- 
tate 

Barden, E. A. and I. F. Eddy's heirs, Davaul lot. . 
Barden, E. A. and I. F. Eddy's heirs, K. Barden, 

woodland 

Barden, Henry C, 60 acres, homestead (life es- 
tate) 

Barden, Howard W., house and lot, Wilcox estate 

Barden, Howard W., 12 acres, woodland 

Barden, James A., 110 acres, homestead 

Barden, James A., 26 acres, woodland, Westcott 

lot 

Barden, James A., 6 acres Angell lot, woodland.. 
Barden, Knigrht H. and Ida M., 8 acres, Warner 

estate 

Barden Reservoir Co., 55 acres, dam and flowage 

Barden, Wilson E., house and lot, Kent 

Barden, Wilson E., 42 acres, Edwards lot 

Barr, Byron W., 10 acres, Phillips farm 

Barr, Anson M., heirs, % acre woodland 

Barrett, Lula, heirs, house and lot, No. Scituate 
Bartlett, George H., 3 acres, Hawkos woodland. . . 

Bartlett, Harry A., 16 acres, Fiske woodland j 

Bartlett, Henry 

Bassett. Albert and Dolly, 3 acres, Bowen estate 
Bates, Joseph P. and wife, 2 acres, homestead... 

Battey, George W., 15 acres, Burnt Hill 

Battey, James E., 30 acres, orchard and sprouts 

Battey, James E., 12 acres, Trimtown lot 

Battey, John A., 10 acres, homestead 

Battev, John A., 4 acres, Griswold lot 

Battey, John A., 4 acres, Ralph lot 

Battey, John A., 22 acres, Ralph lot 

Battey, John A., 14 acres, Barber lot 

"Rattey, John A., 4 acres, sprouts I 

Batey, John A., 100 acres, Arnold lot I 

Battey, John A., Jr., Emmons estate, Hope j 

Battey, John A., Jr., shop and lot, Hope 

Battev, Walter A. and wife, 40 acres, homestead. 
Battey, Walter A. and wife, 2 acres, swamp 

meadow 

Battev, Walter P., 100 acres, homestead (life es- 
tate 

Baxter. Herbert E., house and lot, No. Scituate! 

"Rpal. Alvin H • • j 

Beaudreau, Amie, lot No. 1, Jackson plat, Sec. B 
Beaudreau, Ovide, Lot No. 2, Jackson plat, Sec. B| 

Bender, Theodore, 12 acres, Saundersville I 

Bennett. Alfred I. and wife I 

Bennett. John A., estate, 3 acres, homestead 1 

"Rormptt, M^nford H I 

Bentley, Ellen F., house and lot, Clayville I 

Berkander, Clara B., 12 acres, S. P. Bowen, home- 1 

Berkander,' Clara ' B.', 13 acres. Old Field I 



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ALL KINDS 



OWEST PRICES 
709 Harris Avenue, Providence 



L. Sweet & Co. 



R. I. 



\Y7E pay Interest on Accounts subject to check and issue Demand 
** Certificates of Deposit at special rates. 

OLNEYVILLE BRANCH of the UNION TRUST COMPANY. 



NAME 



DESCRIPTION 



Land 



B.&I. 



T. P. 



In. P. Tax 



Berkander, Clara B., 12 acres, Long Meadow 

Bernier, Sarah, house and lot, Elmdale 

Berry, Frank E., Ill acres, Phillips Farm 

Bigelow Land Company, 90 acres, Edwards Farm. 

Bigelow Land Company, 50 acres, Sunderland es- 
tate 

Bigelow Land Company, 7 acres, Nitmug lot.... 

Bigelow Land Company, 100 acres, C. Edwards 
lot 

Bishop, Allen 

Bishop, Allen and others, Colwell lot 

Bishop, George A 

Bishop, James E., 12 acres, woodland 

Bishop, James E. and wife, 205 acres, Newhall 
Farm 

Bishop, James E. and wife, 80 acres, Hawkins 
farm 

Bishop, James E., Jr 

Bishop, Josephine E., 88 acres, Wilder Farm.... 

Bishop, Walter 

Bisno, E. Frank 

Blackmar, George A 

Blackmar, Mary E., 20 acres, Cole woodland.... 

Blackmar, Oscar R., 67 acres, Crystal Spring 
Farm 

Blackmar, Oscar R., lot, Rockland 

Blanchard, Albert J 

Blanchard, Abram, 60 acres, N. A. Angell Farm. . 

Blanchard, Grace 



Blanchard, John D., 17 acres, woodland, Phillips 

lot 

Blanchard, John D., Pine Point, bungalow 

Blanchard, John D., et als., 10 acres, Saw Mill lot 
Blanchard, John D., et als., 30 acres, Mathewson 

farm 

Blanchard, W. S. Bennett, et als., 83 acres, 

Blanchard home 

Blanchard, William F., 10 acres, Blanchard es- 
tate 

Blanchard, William F., Randall — house and lot... 

Bolster, Alice J., 3 acres, home ."state | 

Bolster, John R 

Borchardt, August F., 75 acres, Darby Farm | 

Borchardt, August F., 40 acres, Salisbury lot | 

Borchardt, August F., 40 acres, Walling Farm..| 
Borchardt, August F., 80 acres, Randall Farm.. I 
Borchardt, Henry A., 30 acres, Salisbury Farm.. 

BOSS, Benjamin F I 

Boss, Caroline, 30 acres, homestead I 

Bo. c s, Caroline. 16 acres, woodland I 

Boss, Frederick I 

Boss, Phebe A. and E. E., house and lot, North! 

Scituate 

Ro.cs. Phobe A 

Boss, Willis J., 72 acres, Fiske Farm 

Boss, Wi'lis J.. 15 acres, Hopkins lot 

Bowen, Charles E 

f.nwen. Jobn W., 8 acres, swamp meadow 

Bov\'£>n. Jo^n W.. Jr.. et als.. 10 acres, woodland 
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^fiftl)^ T»rovidenco g'eed C?o. 

UUULfU 6 E xc hange Place. Providence. R. I. 



INDIVIDUALS, FIRMS and CORPORATIONS are invited to 

open accounts with the 

OLNEYVILLLE BRANCH of the UNION TRUST COMPANY. 



NAME 



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Land B.&I. T. 1 



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Bowen, Lydia M., blacksmith shop and lot 

Bowen, Lydia M., wheelwright shop and lot 

Bowen, William II. and L. M. t 35 acres, Bowen 

homestead 

Bowen, William H., blacksmith shop on leased 

land 

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son Farm 

Bowen, William H. "M. D.," 8 acres intervale.... 
Bowen, William H. "M. D.," 22 acres, Howard lot 

Bowen, William H., Jr 

Bowers, Arthur L 

Bowers, Fred A., house and lot, North Scituate. 
Boyd, Robert and Andrew, 15 acres, Matteson lot 
Boyden, Mary, estate, house and lot, Rockland... 
Brayton, Arthur S. and C. A., 75 acres, J. M. 

Brayton homestead 

Brayton, Adelaide V., heirs, 20 acres, woodland.. 
Brayton, Bertha M., house and lot, Fiskeville 

Brayton, Charles A 

Brayton, Charles H., part of homestead 

Brayton.David, heirs, part of Medbury Farm. 

Brayton, Frederick J]., 8 acres, homestead. 

11 acres, meadow and barn 
34 acres, Bald Hill lot... 
27 acres, Remington lot. . 
house and lot, Hope 



Brayton, Frederick E 

Brayton, Frederick E 

Brayton, Frederick E 

Brayton, Hattie S. V. 

Brayton, Herbert 

Brayton, Irving L 

Briggs, Amasa E., et als., 45 acres, Randall lot.. 

Brennan. Margaret G., 55 acres, Arnold wood lot. 

Briggs, Olive C, 20 acres, Gardner lot 

Briggs, Olive C, 50 acres, Betty Pond lot 

Brings, Olive C, Andrews lot 

Briggs, Olive C, 22 acres, woodland, Tunk Hill. 

Briggs, Olive C, 15 acres, Knight lot 

Briggs, Olive C., 2 acres, woodland 

Briggs, Rhoda E., 75 acres, Shady Oak Farm.... 
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Briggs, Rhoda E., house and lot, Rockland.... 

Briggs, Rhoda E., 25 acres, part of homestead. . 

Brochu, Joseph, hotel and lot, Saundersville. . . . 

Brochu, Joseph and Delina, house and lot, Saund- 
ersville 

Brown, Byron 

Brown, Benoni W., house and lot, Hope 

Brown, Frank F 

Brown, Gilbert, heirs, 38 acres, woodland 

Brown, Gilbert, heirs, 45 acres, Peckham lot.... 

Brown, George A., 12 acres, woodland, Pine Hill.. 

Brown, Henry R.. lot lOOxfiO ft., Hope 

Brown, Herbert L., 75 acres, homestead (life es- 
tate) 

Brown, Irving W 

Brown, Jeremiah | 

Brown, James H. and wife, 90 acres, Dexter | 
Smith Farm I 

Brown, John Allen, 1 acre, part of Saunders Mill| 
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107 Westminster Street, Providence, R. I. 



Transact your banking business with the 
Olneyville Branch of the Union Trust Co. 



NAME DESCRIPTION 


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Brown, Orrietta F., lot No. 3, Old Mill plat 

Brown, Orietta F., lot No. 4, Old Mill plat 

Brown, Parmelia W., house and lot, No. Scituate 
Brown, Sheldon, barn and lot, Hope 


23 60 

21 00 

5 00 


Brown, Stephen E., heirs, 8 acres, woodland 

Brown, Theresa, house and lot, Rockland 

Brown, Walter S., 55 acres, Arnold Farm 

Brown, William A., 125 acres, Field Farm 

Broadbent, John, 38 acres, Leach Farm 


1 SO 

12 00 

13 25 
18 »0 

8 00 


Bullock, Nettie E., 160 acres, Whipple farm 

Bullock, William L., 4 acres, pasture 


26 00 
1 50 


Brusby, Fred and Esther A., Keech lot 


1 00 


Burchard, Alfred H 


2 00 


Burg-ess, Andrew W., 48 acres, Aldrich Farm.... 
Burgess, Andrew W. and Addie E., 7 acres, Fen- 
ner lot 


22 50 
6 50 


Burgess, Ethan A., heirs, 2 acres, Corp lot 

Burgess, Gideon A., 48 acres, Aldrich Farm 

Burgess, Isaac B. and Ellen W., 3 acres, Yeaw es- 
tate 


25 
7 50 

11 00 


Burgess, Minnie D., et al., Florence N. Burgess, 
guardian 


400 


1 60 


V. Burgess, George H., house and lot, Clayville 
(life estate) 




V. Burgess, George H., Phillips Farm 






11 00 


V. Burlingame, Carrie A., estate, 15 acres, D. W. 
York estate 


4 00 


Burlingame, Henry A., 60 acres, D. B. Burlingame 
Farm 




Burlingame, Henry A., 12 acres, sprouts, Trim- 
town 




Burlingame, Henry A., 10 acres, sprouts, Trim- 
town 




Burlingame, Henry A., 6 acres, sprouts, Trim- 
town 


500| 


22 00 


Burlingame, John P 


5 00 


Burlingame. John P. and wife, house and lot, 

Pottersville 

Burlingame, Joseph P., 17 acres, Olney Farm 

Burlingame. William M., 3 acres, homestead, 
North Scituate | 






10 00 
12 00 


Burlingame. William M.. Heator lot 

Burnbide, Elizabeth A., 65 acres, Salisbury farm. . 

Bush, Fannie. 60 acres. Barnes farm 

Cahoone. Jonatban A., 5 acres, Peter Smith estate 

Cahoone, Jonathan A., 4V 2 acres, meadow and 

sprouts | 


o o oo 
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o 
o 


42 00 
22 00 
16 00 


Cahoone. Jonathan A., 25 acres, Garvey estate... 
Cahoone, Jonathan A., 16 acres, Bell woodland.. 

Cahoone. Jonatban A., Kingman lot, Kent 

Cahoone, Jonathan A., shop and lot, Kent 

Campbell. Allen A., ?2 acres, woodland 

Campbell. Allen A., 25 acres, woodland, Corlis lot i 
Campanini, Pasquale, 3 7-100 acres, Moswansicuti 


45 50 
3 00 

7 50 


V. Canron. .Tnmes E.. 75 acres, Andrews Farm... I 
Carpenter. Catherine 


20 00 
7 60 



J. Will Carpenter & Son 

(ARTHUR W. CARPENTER.) 
Telephone West 33. Night Call Attendance. 



Funeral Directors and 

EmbalmerH 
85 Plainfield St., Providence, R. I. 

AUTO FOR OUT OF TOWN CALLS 



We pay 4% interest on Savings Deposits 

OLNEYVILLE BRANCH 
OF THE UNION TRUST COMPANY. 



NAME 



DESCRIPTION 



Land 



B.&I. 



T. P. 



In.P. 



Tax 



Carpenter, Fred D 

Capwell.Charles A 

Capwell, Evelyn C., house and lot, Rockland 300 

Capwell, Frank A. and wife, 25 acres and build 

ings, Chopmist 300 

Capwell, Henry N., estate, 90 acres, homestead. . 1500 
Capwell, Henry N. estate, 2 houses and lot, Rock 

land 100 

Capwell, Henry N. estate, iY 2 acres, Saw Mill lot 50 

Capwell, Kate L., 3 acres, Moswansicut Lake 2000 

Capwell, Lena B., lot, Clayville 100 

Capwell, William A., ice houses 

Carey, Samuel A. and James, 40 acres, Sweeney 

estate 700 

Card, Harriet F., 50 acres, Eddy Farm 500 

Card, W. Irving- 

"V. Carr, Frank and Kate, 34 acres, J. Eddy Farm 500 

Carr, Joseph M 

Carr, Lester F 

Camp, Louise A., lot, North Scituate 100 

Ceazer, Jane, house and lot, near Jackson 100 

Chapman, David O., house and lot, No. Scituate 200 
Chapman, David O., house and lot, L. Fuller es- 
tate 200 

Chapman, David O. and Henry J., blacksmith 

shop and lot, North Scituate 100 

Chapman, Henry J 

Chapman, Stephen B 

Chace, Albert A., lot, near Jackson 300 

Chace, Albert A., 12 acres, Eldridge lot 200 

Clarke, Claud D. 

Clarke, Charles K., 8 acres, homestead 1000 

Clarke, Charles K., 18 acres, woodland 225 

Clarke, Daniel A. Jr., and C. K., 5 acres, home- 
stead 1500 

Clarke, Daniel A., J., and C. K., tin shop estate. . 500 
Clarke, Daniel A., Jr., et als., store estate, North 

Scituate 800 

Clarke, Daniel A., Jr 

Clarke, Daniel A. 3d, Colvin Farm, Jackson 1500 

Clarke, H. Eugene, house and lot 100 

Clarke, E. Gertrude, homestead, North Scituate 1000 
Clarke, E. Gertrude, house and lot, No. Scituate. 500 

Clarke, Ella A., 60 acres, Parker Farm 400 

Hlarke, James L., 60 acres, woodland 200 

Clarke, James L., 70 acres Parker lot 150 

Clarke, James L., 30 acres, Whitman lot 50 

Clarke, John G 

Clarke, Robert F. and A. F., 16 acres, M. Phillips 

estate 200 

Clingen, James, estate, house and lot, North 

Scituate I 100 

Clingen, William, estate, N. S. Winsor, executor! 

Clough, Lucius L 

Clough, Mary L., house and lot, North Scituate.. 200 

Clough, Walter F 

Cobb, George W., 3 acres, home, Rockland.... 200 
Cobb, George W., 4 acres, Capwell lot | 100 



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13 00 



Red Gedar Shingles at £zT L. Sweet & Co. 

709 Harris Avenue, Providence, R. I. 



\Y/E pay Interest on Accounts subject to check and issue Demand 
Certificates of Dep osit at special rates. 

OLNEYVILLE BRANCH of the UNION TRUST COMPANY. 



10 



NAME 



DES- JRIPTION 



Coggeshall, Elizabeth T., 10 acres, woodland. . . . 

Coggeshall,. John W., 115 aci ts, Johnston Farm.. 

Coggeshall, John W., 17 acre;, Aldrich lot 

Colbath, Lillian M., 142 acres, Aldrich Farm 

V. Cole, Sylvester and wife, 1 ouse &nd lot, Saund- 
ersville 

Cole, Arthur B., 10 acres, vodland and pasture 

Cole, Charles H 

Cole, Cora L.., lot, Rockland 

Cole, Edgar L., 10 acres, Da> aul lot 

Cole, Ezekiel A 

Cole, Frank D 

Cole, George W 

Cole, Fernando E. and wife, 24 acres Williams 
Farm 

Cole, Florence N 

Cole, Maria L., heirs, 10 acres, Burgess home- 
stead 

Cole, Maria L., heirs, 10 acr s, Corp plat 

Cole, Minnie F 

Cole, Orrison, 15 acres, Corp lot 

Cole, Sarah H., 2 acres, Ma teson estate 

Cole, Thomas W. D. and wife, 50 acres, Phillips 
Farm 

Cole, Walter E 

Cole, William A., Potter lot 

Cole, William A., Keach lot 

Colvin, Aram W., heirs, Simmons estate 

Colvin, Aram W., heirs, hou e and lot, Hope.... 

Colvin, Asa E., 130 acres, Covin Farm 

Colvin, Arthur R., 125 acres Franklin Farm.... 

Colvin, Arthur R., 10 acres, meadow 

Colvin, Charles B., Colvin w wd lot 

Colvin, Estella C, house anc lot, North Scituate 

Colvin, Estella C, V 2 house t nd lot, No. Scituate 

Colvin, Eugene A 

Colvin, George A., Jr., part <>f Sip lot 

Colvin, Freelove, house and lot, Jackson 

Colvin, Hanan heirs, house md lot, Hope 

Colvin, Harold S., 1-3 of 116 acres, Angell Farm 

Colvin, Nathan, part of homestead 

Colvin, Preston K., house and lot, Hope 

Colvin, Preston K.. Mattesor. lot 

Colvin, Royal, heirs, 5 acres, sprout land 

Colvin, Samuel A., 108 acres, R. Potter Farm 

Colvin, Samuel A., 100 acres, J. Potter Farm.... 

Comstock, John H. and wife, part of K. Hill Farm 

Comstock, Walter E 

V. Comn, Frances, house anc 1 lot. Rocky Hill 

rv.uv'n. St< nbon B., 11 acre :, Mitchell 'ot 

Congdon, Henry B., lot near North Scituate 

Cone-don. Winfield S 

Conley, Francis, heirs, 2 homes and lot. Fiskeville 

Cooke, Amos W., heirs, 90 a :res, homestead 

Cooke, .Amos W., heirs, 100 seres, woodland 

Cooke, Clarence S 

Cooke, Elizabeth T., 50 acrer, homstead (life es- 
tate) 



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1900 


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7 60 

2 00 

28 00 


2800 


6 00 

11 29 


1950 


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7 80 
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18 00 




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8 00 
1 2 50 



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19 00 




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29 00 




2 50 




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mmE FRAMES - 

709 HARRIS AVENUE, PROVIDENCE, R. I. 



INDIVIDUALS, FIRMS and CORPORATIONS are invited to 

open accounts with the 

OLNEYVILLLE BRANCH ofi the UNION TRUST COMPANY. 



11 



NAME DESCRIPTION 


Land 


B.&I. 


T. P. 


In. P. 


Tax 


Cooke and Smith, standing- wood on 60 acres, 
Phillips Farm 


500 

150 
100 
100 

100 

100 
300 

300 

200 
100 
300 

500 

1000 
600 
500 
50 
100 
300 

1 90 

500 

100 

25 

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100 

200 

1000 
200 

200 
200 


1000 
2000 

2000 
375 


20 00 


Corbin, Laura S., 14 acres, Whitman estate 

Corbin, Otis A 


19 50 
2 00 


Corey, Ada E., Eliza Harris estate. . . 




Corey, Ada E., 4 acres, woodland 


8 50 


Corey, Anna L., house and lot, Harrisdale 

Corey, Jessee J 


4 00 
2 00 


Corey, John D 


1 00 


Cornell, Walter G., 4 acres, woodland 


1 00 


Covenant Lodge, No. 40, I. O. O. P 

Coventry, Town of, 12 acres M. Westcott lot 

Coyle, John, house and lot, Hope 

Coyle, Michael J. and Alice G., 32 acres, Rose Hill 


8 00 

1 00 

15 00 

14 00 




2 00 


Crompton, Robert J. and wife, lot, North Scituate 

Crossley, Frank A., house and lot, Richmond 

Crowd, Sarah I., 28 acres, Tom Young estate 


2 00 

10 00 

6 00 

8 00 


Curran, Thomas and L. G. Hohler, hall and lot, 


10 00 




2 00 


Cutler Gilbert B 


2 00 










Davis, Charles H., 40 acres, Thornton lot 








Davis', Charles H, 12 acres, woodland, Randall lot 


50 50 
2 00 




2 00 






Davis] H. Grace, Gahan estate, North Scituate.. 






41 25 




2 50 




17 00 




4 00 
2 00 


Dawley, Flavilla W., 50 acres N. S. Fenner Farm 


15 00 


Deschenses, Cyprien, heirs, 85 acres, Sally Wilbur 


10 00 




2 00 


Depuy, Josephine, house and lot, North Scituate. 


12 00 


Dexter, Elizabeth W., 2% acres, Randall estate... 


3 00 






Dexter, Everett B., 19 acres, H. Dexter estate... 


54 75 




2 00 


Dexter! Laura and Clara, 8 acres, homestead.... 
Dexter, Stephen, heirs, BO acres, homestead 


12 50 

11 00 

2 00 


Dimond, H. Potter, 13 acres, Waterman estate.. 
Dinsmnre. Edith I.. 1 acre land, near Clayville... 


20 00 
1 00 



Go to H. C. Nott & Go. for Your Shoes 



OLNEYVIIXE SQUARE 



Transact your banking business with the 
Olneyville I ranch of tue Union Trust Co. 



12 



NAME 



DESCRIPTION 



Land 



B.&I. 



T. P. I In.P. I 



Tax 



Donley, Joseph | 

Donley, Susan, 4 lots, Jackson plat, Sec. A 

Donnelly, John 

Douglass, Arthur, 4 acres, part of Colvin Farm... 

Drabble, Ralph F. J., 75 acres, Randall Farm 

Drake, Ella M., 88 acres, Peckham Farm 

Drake, Artemus B 

Ducharme, Dolphine, 24 acres, Kaighn estate 

Durcharme, Dolphine, Bat ey land and buildings.. 
Durfee, Charles A., estate, M. E. Durfee, admix.. . 
Durfee, Charles A., heirs, 1% acres, Barber lot 

and buildings 

Dunham, Ira Leroy, 1 acre, Friends Meeting 

House lot 

Dunham, Ira Leroy, Bradbury estate 

Eddy, George J. and A. P., house and lot, North 

Scituate 

Eddy, George J. and A. R., 7 acres, meadow 

Edison, Willie C, 28 acres Burlingame Farm 

Edwards, Charles B. and Mary J., 48 acres, Al- 

drich Farm 

Edwards, Emma H., house and lot, North Scituate 

Edwards, Ernest D 

Edwards, George H., hou: e and lot, No. Scituate 

Edwards, Herbert M 

Edwards, James M., 27% .cres, Aldrich Farm. 

Edwards, James M., 10 aci es, woodland 

Edwards, Walter S 

Edwards, William R., house and lot, No. Scituate 

Emsley, Thomas, Chanlde;' estate 

Emsley, Thomas, 6 acres, Bowen lot 

Esleeck, Frederick W 

Esleeck, Frances J., 8V 2 acres, homestead 

Essex, George W 

Evans, Mary P., 3V 2 acrer, Phillips lot 

Fague, Hattie A., house a id lot, near Trimtown. 

Fairman, Arthur A 

Farrow, Alfred G., B. Ka ghn estate 

Farrow, Alfred G., 3 acres, woodland 

Farrow, Alfred G., 2 acre. , woodland 

Farrow, Alfred G., Brigg> lot 

Farrow. Albert J., 8) acre ;, Olney Farm 

Farrow, Albert J., 8 acres woodland 

Farrow, Edward A., 6 acn s, near North Scituate. 
Farrow, Walter J., houst and lot, near North 

Scituate 

Fenner, Lydia, heirs, 33 p cres, woodland 

Fenner, Mathewson, 34 ac es, meadow and wood- 
land 

Fenner, Mathewson, 3V£> a -res, Colvin lot 

Fenner, Richard, heirs, 60 acres Sarle lot 

Fereuson. Addie J.. 40 ac es. Williams estate.... 
Field. Almond L., heirs, cl acres. Ramsdell lot.. 

Almond L., h^irs, 4 acres, woodland 

Arthur S., 125 acres homestead. Kent 

Arthur S.. 12 acres, woodland, Middle Pond 
Hannah F., lot, Hope 



Field 

Field 

Field 

Field. - 

Field. Hannah F., Potter estate, Hope. 



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List Your Farms 

E. O. CARD, 107 Westminster Street, Providence 



with n«. Prospective buyers 
ready at all times. 



Transact your banking business with the 
Olneyville Branch o! the Union Trust Co. 



13 



NAME 



DESCRIPTION 



I I 

I Land B.&I. 



Field, Leonard R., y 2 of 210 acres, homestead | 

Fieid, Lyman H 

Field, Maud M 

Fieid, Ralph, $ acres, Smith estate 

Fink, Cynthia and Elbert F., 83 acres, Roberts 

Farm 

Fink, George W., house and lot, Hope 

Fish, Beaoni W., house and lot, Hope 

Fish, Everett H 

Fisiier, Charles H, heirs, 2 acres and house, 

Scituate 

Fiske, Harry E 

Fiske, Hannah M., Dorrance estate 

Fiske, Hannah M. and Barden I., 112 acres, Jack- 
son Farm 

Fiske, Hannah M. and Barden I., 3 acres, Lovell 

estate 

Fiske, Hannah M. and Barden I., Fiske lot 

Fiske, Hannah M. and Barden I., O. L. Richmond 

estate, Hope 

Fiske, Hannah M. and Barden I., 45 acres, Green- 
bush 

Fiske, Hannah M. and Barden I., 10 acres, Corliss 

lot 

Fiske, Hannah M. and Barden I., Colvin lot 

Fiske, Hammh M. and Barden I., 150 acres, home- 
stead farm 

V. Fi^ke, Lurana, homestead 

■T. Fiske, Lai ana, 44 acres, woodland 

Fiske, Nathan and E. B., house and lot, Hope 

•-"rske, Nathan and E. B., Fiske lot 

Fiske, Nathan and E. B., flowage 

Fiske : Willis W., Mary T. Harris estate, I 

Scituate • ■_■. • ;•••;■ ■ 

Fitzpatrick, Mary, house and lot, Fiskeville 
Fleet Frank, 46 acres, Job Steere Farm... 

Fontaine, Edward, 17 acres, Sarle lot 

Fontaine, Edward, 25 acres, Bates lot 

Fontaine, Edward, 8 1-5 acres, Thornton pasture. 

Ford, Coomer S 

Ford,' jtmti Mand Hannah F.*, 'l40 acres," Farnam 

Fortini NicholaV 105* acres, Teaw Farm... 
Fortini. Nichola, 40 acres, P. Colvin farm 
Free Baptist Church, house and lot 

ate, parsonage • • • • • • • • • • • 

Francis, Mary S. W., house and lot, Hope 
Francis, Mary S. W., barn and lot, Hope 
Franklin, Samuel A., Jr 

Shin Har^f A.! ' 60* acres,' Phiinps lot 
GtnXert Henry, 71 acres, Clarke Farm. 
V. Gardiner Abbie, house and lot, Hope. 
Gardiner, Frei A. 
Gardiner, Henry N 

Gard4 h eV a , n jc.sephW.VneiVs',' blacksmith shop and 
lot Hope . . 



North Scitu- 



and Lydia, house and lot, 



750 



200, 

600' 
600 

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400 1 

1000J 

200, 
500| 

200 



500 1 

50 
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500 
50C 
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350 
1650 



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300 
200 

300 
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sor 

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301 



20' 



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750 



4001 

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1600 

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800 



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400 



2200 

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800 



1200 
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10 


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12 


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14 


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104 50 

22 00 

45 00 

18 00 
14 00 
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14 00 

30 00 

9 00 

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42 00 

8 00 

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16 00 

33 00 

18 00 

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12 00 



J. Will Carpenter & Son 

(ARTZUR W. CARPENTER) 



Funr ral Directors and 

Embalmers 



Telephone West 33. 



85 Plainfield Street, 

Night CallAttendance. 



Providence. 

AUTO I 



R. I. 

OR OUT OF TOWN CALLS 



We pay 4% interest on Savings Deposits 

OLNBYVILLE BRANCH 
OF THE UNION TRUST COMPANY. 



14 



NAME 



DESCRIPTION 



Land 



B.&I. | T.P. I In. P. I Tax 



Gardiner, Lydia | 

Gardiner, Mary and George O., buildings and lot,| 

Jackson | 

Gagnon, George j 

Gallup, Eliza and H. N. Capwell, 2 houses andj 

lot, Rockland | 

Gallup, Eliza, Luther house, Rockland | 

Gallup.Eliza, house and lot, Rockland | 

Gallup.Eliza, house and lot, Phillips estate | 

Geer, Charles O | 

Giddings, James A., part of William Dexter Farml 
Giddings, James A. and Mary, 8 acres, Dexter] 

meadow | 

Goldstein, Max, farm, stock, etc | 

Goldstein, Leopold and others, 140 acres Hindle 

Farm (life estate) 

Goldstein, Leopold and others, 30 acres Shedd lot. 

Goldenberg, Samuel 

Goodnough, E. Frank 

Graves, William H. and Agnes, 8 acres, Graves 

woodland 

Greenwood, John and wife, 15 acres and house, 

near Rockland 

Greene, Ann, house and lot, Hope 

Greene, John B. W., 400 acres, H. A. Lawton 

Farm 

Greene, John N 

Greene, Mary E., part of Jackson Farm 

Greene, Peter F., part of Jackson Farm 

Groves, William D., 71 acres, Colvin Farm 

Groves, William D., 32 acres, Romsdell Farm.... 
Grimwood, Henry A., Jr., 12 acres and house, 

near Spring Brook 

Guild, Clarence E., 2 acres, near Town House... 

Hall, Byron J 

Hall, Charles C, farm stock 

Hall, Emma R., 2 houses and lot, North Scituate. 

Hall, Emma R., 22 acres, Harris lot 

Hall, Melissa G., 100 acres, Pratt Farm 

Hall, Ruth W., Lot No. 9, Old Mill plat 

Hall, Ruth W., Lot No. 8, Old Mill plat 

Hall, Ruth W., part of Jennison Farm 

Hallock, George E., part of Jennison Farm 

Hanscom, Ethel S., 100 acres, Winsor Farm 

Hanscom, Ethel S., 25 acres, sprouts and bog.... 

Hanscom, Ethel S., 2 acres, Waterman Farm 

Hanscom, Matthew 

Hargraves, James 

Harmon, Roderick H 

Harris, Bertha L., 60 acres, W. P. Durfee Farm. 

Harris, Edward P 

Harris, Edward P. and Cythia A. H., 100 acres, 

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Harris, Henry W., heirs, 12 acres, Whitman Farm 
Harris, Isophine I., 45 acres Tourtellot Farm.. 

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Harris, Louie W., 10 acres, Winsor lot 

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DESCRIPTION 



Laad 



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Harris, Susan A., 75 acres, Smith Farm 

Harris, Susan A., 4 acres, woodland 

Harris, Susan A. et als., house and lot, North 

Scituate 

Harris, William M., 140 acres, homestead 

Harris, William M., 60 acres, woodland 

Harris, William M., 12^ acres, Howard lot 

Havens, Elmer A., et als., 17 acres, Whaley lot... 
Hawkes, Eliza S., house and lot, North Scituate.. 
Hawkins, Anna F., heirs, 154 acres, Sarle Farm. 
Hawkins, Anna F., heirs, 22 acres, Waterman lot 
Hawkins, Anna F., heirs, 10 acres, sprouts, Henry 

lot 

Hawkins, Anna F., heirs, 20 acres, Sarle Farm.. 
Hawkins, Anna F., heirs, 5 acres Fenner lot... 
Hawkins, Anna F., heirs., 13 acres, Barnes lot.. 

Hawkins, Fred T 

Hawkins, Harvey S 

Hawkins, Mary E., estate, Eva T. Prior, executrix 
Hawkins, Susanna Y., heirs, 40 acres, homestead 

Hawkins, Alberto, house and lot, Richmond 

Hawkins, Alberto, barn and lot, Richmond 

Hayden, Harry B 

Harvey, Th omas 

Healey, Mary, 60 acres, Griswold Farm 

Healey, Minnie et als., 13 acres, Turner estate... 

Henry, Ella F., 39 acres, Knight Farm 

Henry, Ella F., 17 acres, meadow and pasture.... 

Henry, Fred 

Henry, William I., heirs, 60 acres, Hall Farm.... 

Hervey, Henry 

V. Hervey, James F., house and lot 

Hervey, Louis J 

Hervey, William H., 36 acres, homestead 

Hervey, William H., 13 acres, intervale 

Hervey, William H., 19 acres, intervale , 

Hicks, Walter L. and E. E. Wightman, 140 acres 

homestead 

Hicks, Walter L. and E. E. Wightman, 12 acres 

Martin lot , 

Hicks, Walter L. and E. E. Wightman, 23 acres, 

Corp lot 

Heirlihy, Henry, heirs, house and lot, Hope. . . . 

Hill, Alton J 

Hill, Charles H 

Hill, Harriet A., 40 acres, Randall Farm 

Hill, Harriet A., barn and lot, Clayville 

Hill, Harriet A., 7 acres, woodland 

Hill, Fred S., 40 acres, homestead 

Hill, Fred S., 23 acres, woodland 

Hill, Edwin N., 15 acres, Salisbury Farm 

Hill, George E., 125 acres, Angell Farm 

Hill, George E., 35 acres, Field estate 

Hill, George E., 5 acres, H. Carr estate 

Hill, Geo-ge E., 26 acres, Capwell lot 

Hill, George E., 75 acres, homestead, Rockland 

Hill, Geo-ge E., 72 acres, Salisbury lot 

Hill, Georgs E., 15 acres, Field estate 

5 acres, woodland 

12 acres, Phetteplace lot 

Hill, Geo-ge E. f 12 acres, Battey lot 

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Hope Company, 
Hope Company, 
Hope Company, 
Hope Company, 
Hope Company, 



Hill, Mary E., house and lot, Rockland 

Hill, Ora O., 38 acres, homestead 

Hill, Ora and Mary D., 80 acres, M. Hill Farm 

Hill, Sarah L 

Hohler, Louis G., house and lot, Moswansicut 

Lake 

Hope Company, 43 acres Mill estate 

4 acres, Hotel estate 

175 acres, farm lands 

Tisdale estate 

Chace estate 

Angell estate 

Hope Rod and Gun Club, building on leased land. 

Hopkins, Adoniram, 26 acres Phillips Farm 

Hopkins, Alfred I. and wife, 45 acres, Burlingame 

Farm 

Hopkins, Amasa, Lot No. 1, Old Mill plat 

Hopkins, Arthur A 

Hopkins, Asahel, house and lot, Saundersville. . 

Hopkins, Asahel, barn and lot 

Hopkins, Asahel, Blackmar lot 

Hopkins, Asahel, iy 2 acres, A. W. Harris estate 

Hopkins, B. Frank, 48 acres, Dexter Farm 

Hopkins, Byron I. and wife, house and lot, North 

Scituate 

Hopkins, Caroline F. et al., 2-3 of 115 acres, An- 
gell Farm 

Hopkins, Clifford A., 2 acres, Battey lot 

Hopkins, Clifford A., 10 acres, Scranton lot 

Hopkins, Earle A., 20 acres, Smith lot 

Hopkins, Charles F., 55 acres, Fenner Farm 

Hopkins, Elizabeth L., 50 acres, Brown Farm 

Hopkins, Elizabeth L., 35 acres, Sweet Farm 

Hopkins, Elwood M., 73 acres, Manchester Farm. 
Hopkins, Emanuel and wife, 100 acres, J. Angell 

Farm 

Hopkins, Ernest A 

Hopkins, Fred A., 3 acres, Rhodes lot 

90 acres, Cobb Farm 

4 acres, Grayson homestead. . 

12 acres, Rocky Hill 

house and lot, Tunk Hill. 

Sheep Rock, woodland. . . . 

10 acres, woodland 



Hopkins, Frederick, 
Hopkins, James A 
Hopkins, James A 
Hopkins, James A 
Hopkins, James A 
Hopkins, Imogene, 
Hopkins, Leander 
Hopkins, Leroy K. 
Hopkins, Lewis A. 
Hopkins, Marshall D 
Hopkins, Marshall D 
Hopkins, Mary H., 9 
Hopkins, Millard F., 
Hopkins, Millard F., 



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Hopkins, 
Hopkins, 
Hopkins, 
Hopkins, 
Hopkins, 
Hopkins, 



, 34 acres, homestead. . . 

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acres, Chopmist 

45 acres, Fenner Farm. 
8 acres, pasture 



Nathaniel L 

Otis A., estate, 10 acres, Bates estate.! 

Randall R., 22 acres, Leach Farm 

Samuel E 

William E., 75 acres, Brown Farm. . . '. . . 

William E. and Clara E., 73 acres, Steere 

Farm (life estate) : 

Howard, Emma J., heirs, 17 acres, Yeaw lot.']!.'! 
Howard, Frank W. and Etta E., 122 acres, Matte- 
son Farm 



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Howard, George H., 24 acres, Canopaug lot 

Howard, George H. and George P 

Howard, George P., 175 acres, Highland Farm... 
Howard, Jason W. and wife, 14 acres, Farrell 

Farm 

Howard, William O., 40 acres, homestead (life es- 
tate) 

Howland, Alice M., y 2 house and lot, Hope 

Howland, Alice M., 10 acres, Fiske homestead.... 

Howland, Alice M. ( V 2 90 acres, Fiske lot 

Howland, Alice Sisson, % of lots 24, 25, 26, Jack- 
son plat, Sec. A 

Howland, Daniel, heirs, y 2 of lot, Scott plat 

Howland, Daniel, y 2 of house and lot, Hope 

Howland, Daniel, y 2 of 90 acres, Fiske lot 

Howland, Daniel, heirs, house and lot, Hope 

Howland, Daniel, heirs, Lot 6, Sec. B, Jackson 

plat 

Howland, Daniel, heirs, 7 acres, woodland 

Brown lot 

part of Sip lot 

Matteson lot 

Gun lot 

1/2 of lots 24, 25, 26, Jack- 



heirs, 
heirs, 
heirs, 
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Howland, Daniel, 
Howland, Daniel, 
Howland, Daniel, 
Howland, Daniel, 
Howland, Daniel, heirs, 

son plat, Sec. A 

Howland, Daniel, heirs % of lot, Scott plat 

Howland, Havilah W 

Hubbard, George E., William Pierce Farm 

Hudson, Arthur E., 12 acres, Carpenter Farm 

Hudson, Charles B 

Hutchins, Fannie B., 21 acres, Graves estate, 

Kent 

Hutchins, Harrison G 

Ide, Arthur H 

Ide, Fred E., 58 acres, Hopkins estate 

Ide, James B., 115 acres, Rawson estate 

Ide, Oliver H, 60 acres, Aldrich Farm 

Ide, Oliver H., Jr., Peckham woodland 

Ingraham, Royal, 1 acre, homestead 

Ingraham, Royal, 8 acres, pasture 

Industrial Trust Company, trustee for Frank E. 

Seagraves 

Interlaken Mills, part of factory estate 

Irons, Esten B. and Henry D., 40 acres, Hawkins 

lot 

Irons, Fannie H, 1 acre, Angell estate 

Irons, Fannie H, Orchard lot 

Irons, Frank C 

Irons, Walter C, 85 acres, Atwood Farm 

Jacques, Annie E., V 2 of house and lot, Hope.... 
Jacques, Fenner and wife, 20 acres, homestead. . 

Jacques, Fred H., 10 acres, Patterson lot 

Jacques, Sarah J., Arvilla Wight estate 

Jacques, Francis A., house and lot, Ponagansett. . 

Jencks, Frank, 12 acres, Mathewson lot 

Jerauld, Dwight P., 2 acre lot, North Scituate... 

Johnson, A. Lowell, Matteson lot 

Mary Whitman place 

and M. E. Emmons, home- 



Johnson, A. Lowell 

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Land B.&I 



T. P. In.P. Tax 



Johnson, Charles R., 
Johnson, Clinton H., 
Johnson, Clinton H., 
Johnson, Clinton H., 
Johnson, Clinton H., 



lot, Hope 

43 acres, homestead 

7 acres, Tunk Hill woodland 

16 acres, Burnt Hill 

4 acres, Phillips lot 



Johnson, Mary E., wife of A. Lowell 

Jordan, Isaac B., house and lot, Fiskeville 

Jordan, James A. and wife, house and lot, Hope. . 

Jordan, James A. and wife, lot, Hope 

Joslin Manufacturing Company, Clayville Mill es- 
tate 

Joslin Manufacturing- Company, Richmond Mill 

estate 

Joslin Manufacturing Company, Ponagansett Mill 

estate 

Joslin Manufacturing Company, Rockland Mill es- 
tate 

Joslin Manufacturing Company, Mathewson Mill 

estate, Clayville 

Joslin Manufacturing Company, Richmond Store 

estate 

Joslin Manufacturing Company, 15 acres, Peleg R. 

Davis estate 

Joslin Manufacturing Company, 1 acre, A. J. Jor- 
dan estate 

Joslin Manufacturing Company, 15 acres, wood- 
land 

Joslin Manufacturing Company, 4 acres, wood- 
land 

Joslin Manufacturing Company, 64 acres south of 

Ponaganset River 

Joslin Manufacturing Company, house and lot, 

Rockland 

Joslin Manufacturing Company, Corbin estate.... 
Joslin Manufacturing Company, 6 acres, woodland 
Joslin Manufacturing Company, 1 acre, paint 

shop, Ponaganset 

Joslin Manufacturing Company, Walker estate. . . 
Joslin Manufacturing Company, 3 houses and lot, 

Potter estate 

Joslin Manufacturing Company, Angell estate... 
Joslin Manufacturing Company, 25 acres, wood- 
land | 

Joslin Manufacturing Company, 20 acres, wood| 

farm | 

Joslin Manufacturing Company, 4 acres, woodland | 
Joslin Manufacturing Company, 5 acres, woodlandl 

Joslin Theresa B., house and lot, Richmond 

Joslin, Theresa B., 45 acres, Starkweather estate.] 

Joslin, Theresa B., Westcott factory estate 

Joslin, Theresa B., 54 acres, Saunders factory es- 
tate J 

Joslin. Theresa B., Waterman factory estate I 

Joslin, Theresa B., 4 acres, Remington Mill, Rock-| 

land | 

Joslin, Theresa B., 4 acres, meadow, Richmond! !| 

Joslin, William H., 65 acres, Angell Farm | 

Joslin, William H., 10 acres, woodland | 

Keach, George W. and Annie, part of Knight Hill 
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Keenan, Hugh and Edward, 11 acres, Colvin lot. . 

Keenan, Hugh and Edward, 2 acres, Matteson lot 

Keenan, Hugh, Edward and Mary, 8 acres, Carr 

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King, Edwin A., house and lot, North Scituate.. 

King, Esquire, house and lot, Ashland 

King, Adelaide L., part of Wm. H. Pool estate... 
King, Howard W., 35 acres, homestead 


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King, Horace W., 52 acres, Waterman lot 

King, Horace W., and others, 23 acres, Arnold lot 

King, Isaac F. and wife, 29 acres, homestead 

King, James, 45 acres, homestead, Kent 

King, James, 31 acres, meadow and pasture 

King, James, 12 acres, goat pasture 


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King, Rhody M., house and lot, Clayville (life es- 
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Kingsley, Charles E., 80 acres, Hawkins lot 

Kinney, Samuel F. 


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Knight, Charles D., 21 acres, woodland 

Knight, Ezra R. and Carolyn C, 40 acres, Knight 
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Knight, Ezra R., 35 acres, Rondeau estate 

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Knight, Frank M., saw mill privilege 

Knight, Frank M., 3 acres, meadow, Thornton lot 
Knight, George R. and wife, house and lot, Hope 
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Knight, Herbert S 

V. Knight, Joseph W., house and lot (life estate). 

Knight, Joseph, house and lot, Hope 

Knight, Joseph, 30 acres, Ralph lot 

Knight, Joseph, 7 acres, woodland 

Knight, Joseph, Taylor woodland 

Knight, Joseph, 75 acres, Ash Swamp 

Knight, Lyman A., 60 acres, homestead 

Knight, Lyman A., 20 acres, Potter lot 

Knight, Lman A., 100 acres, L. S. Knight estate 
Knight, Lyman A., 7 acres, Thornton meadow... 

Knight, Nathan A 

Knight, Warren E 

Knight, William H. and C. T., 85 acres, Atwoodl 

lot 

Knight, William H., 4 acres, Mowry lot | 

Knight, AVilliam W., 7 acres, Brownell lot I 

Knight, William W., 1 acre, sprouts | 

Knowlton, Arthur E I 

Knowlton, Emma M., 125 acres, Smith estate 

Knowlton, Eugene, heirs, 8 acres, Young lot 

Knox, Adam and Mary B. and R. B. Clarke, 9 

acres, Page estate 

Knowles, Willis S., 2V 2 acres, Moswansicut plat.. 

Knowls, Willis S. et al., 8 acres, Owen lot 

Kramer, Max L. and wife, 14 acres, Hill estate... 

Lane, George H, 27 acres, woodland 

Lane, William A., Keech lot 

Langford, Bertha E „ 

Langford, Weldon C ['/.'.[ 

Laframboise, Leah M., Harris Ralph homestead.. 
Lafayette Lodge, No. 42, I. O. O. F., Jordan estate 

Lake, Alfred H., 120 acres, Mathewson Farm | 

Lawton, Charles H 

Lawton, Edward, 24 acres, Slater Farm. ....... [ 

Lawton, Edward, 10 acres, Tobin lot 

Lawton, Edward, 4 acres, Tobin lot 

Lawton, Edward, Whitman lot 

Lawton, Edward, 9 acres, Battey lot 

Lawton, Edward et al., 6 acres, Gates lot... 
Lawton, Henry A., 82 acres, Cahoone Farm 
Lawton, Henry A., 10 acres, Field lot 

Lawton, Henry A., 6 acres, woodland 

Lawton, Leula, Barderi lot 



Leach, Everett L., house, barn and lotV Hope 
Leach, Everett L., 66 acres, Mitchell lot 



Leach, Everett L., 4 acres, Mitchell lot 

Leach, Everett L., Moan lot 

V. Leach, Maria A., 4 acres, Watson' Farm.' 

V. Leach, Maria A., 22 acres, Benajah lot 

V. Leach, Maria A., 20 acres, Brand lot 

Lee, Georee A 

Levin Rebecca, 124 acres,' EVm'cliffe' Farm.' '.'.'" ' 
yLevallee, Joseph C 

HSi I 5r 1 3P e ' J ? nnie M -. house an d ' lo t,' C lay vilie .*.'.' 
i.illlibridge, Jennie M., 7 acres, woodland 

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INDIVIDUALS, FIRMS and CORPORATIONS are invited to 

open accounts with the 

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Littlefield, Nathan W., Grist Mill estate 

Livsey, Amos L.., 13 acres, J. Wilbur estate 

Longbottom, Fred et al., 113 acres, Ramsdell Farm 
Longobardo, Giovanni, 70 acres, Ashworth estate. 

Lovell, Albert H 

Lovell, George W., heirs, 45 acres, homestead... 

Lowell, Arthur W 

Lowell, Lewis and Luella, house and lot, North 

Scituate 

Lowell, Lula Mabel, house and lot, Trimtown 

Lotito, Anthony et al., 75 acres, Dailey Farm... 
Luther, Amity, heirs, house and lot, Rockland... 

Luther, Harley T., 100 acres, homestead 

Luther, Harley T., 30 acres, Hill estate.. | 

Luther, Harry H., house and lot, Clayville. . . 
Luther, Henry K., house and lot, Rockland... 
Luther, Henry C., et al., 22 acres, Rocky Hill lot 

Luther, John H., 4V 2 acres, homestead 

Luther, John H. and H. H., 14 acres, Jordan es 

tate 

Luther, John H. and H. H., house and lot, Clay 

ville 

Luther, Wheaton H 

Lux, Antoine and wife, 60 acres, Baker Farm 

Lyman, Charles 

Manchester, Charles I., y 2 acre leased land and 

Oowl's Nest 

Manchester, John B 

Malbourne, Mary, heirs, 50 acres, Emerson Farm. 
Marsh, William J., 21 acres, B. Waterman estate 

Martin, Antoine Joseph, 15 acres, pasture 

Martin, Abbie, heirs, 15 acres, woodland 

Martin, Mary Joseph, 3 acres, Freelove estate.... 

Mathewson, Arnold P., 13 acres, wodland 

Mathewson, Arnold P., 26 acres, woodland 

Mathewson, Charles H., Quinn estate 

Mathewson, Charles H., 2 acres, sprouts 

Mathewson, Ida A 

Mathewson, John R., heirs, 30 acres, woodland. . ! 

Mathewson, Joseph J 

Mathewson, Priscilla, heirs, 10 acres, Arnold lot.'! 

Mathewson, Tabitha, heirs, 6 acres, woodland 

Matteson, George W. W., heirs, 6 acres woodland 
Matteson, William H., heirs, 60 acres, Matteson 

Farm 

Matteson, William H., heirs, 50 acres'," h! Matte- 
son Farm 

Matteson, William H., heirs, 4 acres, Mill lot! !! ! 
Mather, Walter P., 67 acres, C. Fenner estate.... 
McCart, Patrick, heirs, Hotel estate, Jackson.... 
McCommiskey, Edward, 80 acres, Erskine Farm. . 
McCommiskey, Edward, 141 acres, W. James 

Farm 

McCauley, Thomas and wife! 90 acres,' King Farm 

McCusker, John W., Longstein estate 

McGary, Elizabeth P., 60 acres, Titus Farm 

McGinn, James B., 60 acres, Fenner Farm 

McGinn, James B., Phillips lot 

McGair, Mary C, 32 acres on Pine Hill ' ! 



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ready at all times. 

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McGonagle, Mary, heirs, 12 acres, homestead 

McGonagle, Mary, heirs, 8 acres, Mathewson lot. . 
McGonagle, Mary, estate, Mary A. Estin, Admr. 

McGuire, Katherine, 2 lots, North Scituate 

McLaughlin, Nancy M., 60 acres, Barden estate. . 

McNally, John, 60 acres, Stone Farm 

McNally, John, 20 acres, woodland and buildings. 

McNally, John, 3 acres, swamp meadow 

McNiff, David J. S. and Gertrude, Nathan Graves 

estate 

McKinley, James, 100 acres, Carpenter Farm.... 
Miller, Catherine T., 20 acres, B. Dailey Farm. . 

Miller, John A 

Miller, Maria L., 27 acres, Aldrich Farm 

Miller, Maria L., 60 acres, Borden estate 

Mistofsky, Barnet, 36 acres, Peck Farm 

Moan, Arthur E., store estate, Hope 

Moffltt, Charles B., Fenner estate 

Moffitt, Charles B., 6 acres, Fenner lot 

Munroe, Walter B 

Moore, Edward J 

Morgan, Barzillai R., 50 acres, Salisbury Farm.. 

Mumford, Freeman L 

Mumford, Isaac N., 128 acres, Field estate 

Mumford, Isaac N., 22 acres, Salsbury lot 

Musto, John 

Myrick, Walter W. 

Nadeau, Wm. and Maria, 40 acres, Burlingamej 

Farm 

Narragansett Electric Light Co., wires and poles 

Nason, Dorothy R., 20 acres, Smith lot 

Nason, Edmon C 

Nason, Frank B 

Needham, Hattie E., heirs, 10 acres, homestead.. 

Needham, Hattie E., heirs, 2 acres, woodland 

Needham, Thomas 

Newhall, Charles C 

Newhall, Lynton R., 96 acres, Aldrich Farm 

Neilson, Minnie E., part of Jackson Farm 

Ney, Thomas J., 4 acres, Aldrich lot 

New York, New Haven and H. R. R. Co., roadj 

bed, stations, etc 

Nichols, Phebe A., 4 acres, woodland, Rocky Hill. 
North Scituate Cotton Mills, 35 acres, New Mill 

estate 

North Scituate Cotton Mills, 4 acres, Harrisdale 

estate 

North Scituate Cotton Mills, 12 acres, Old Mill es- 
tate 

Oatley, William H 

O'Donnell, Bernard, Taft's Hotel estate 

O'Donnell, Mary and Rosella, 5 acres, Brass Ball 

osteite 
Olney, Arthur C., lot No.' 'H^ bid ' Mill ' plat*. . ! ! '. '. '. 
Olney, Cynthia P. estate, house and lot, North 

Scituate 

Olney, James A., 132 acres, homestead 

Olney, James A., 7 acres, Rocky Hill 

Olney, Ruth, heirs, 5 acres, homestead 



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Olney, Sarah E., 60 acres, Simmons Farm 

Olney, Stephen M., devisees, 65 acres, homestead 
Olney, Stephen M., devisees, 5 acres, Olney lot... 
Olney, Thomas S., heirs, house and lot, Rockland 
Olney, Thomas S., heirs, 6 acres, woodland and 

pasture 

Owen, George W 

Owen, Mary E., heirs, 3 acres, woodland 

Page, Byron W. f % of 161 acres, Great House 

Farm 

Page, Edward F., 10 acres, Hines lot 

Page, Edward F., 34 acres, Angell lot 

Page, Edward F., 12 acres, Bates lot 

Page, Edward F., Keech lot 

Page, Edward F., 40 acres, Spectacle lot 

Page, Edward P., 10 acres, Angell woodland 

Page, Emily M., % of 161 acres, Great House 

Farm 

Page. Fred A. and Byron W., y 2 of 161 acres, 

Great House Farm 

Page, Fred A. and Byron W., 40 acres, woodland. 
Page, Fred A. and Byron W., 2V 2 acres, woodland 

Page, Hannah S., 24 acres, homestead 

Page, Herbert A., 20 acres, woodland, Young lot. 

Page, Josephine A., 80 acres, Battey Farm 

Page, Josephine A., 37 acres, Slocum estate 

Page, William R. and wife, 100 acres, Dr. Bat- 

te'ys Farm 

Page, William R 

Paine, Albert E 

Paine, Abbie J., house and lot, Rockland 

Paine, E. Thomas, 35 acres, Phillips Farm 

Paine, George W. 2d 




Paine, George W. 3d, heirs, 59 acres, N. Kimballj 
Farm I 

Paine, Horace R 

Paine, James T 

Paine, Lucy, house and lot, near Ashland.'.!!!!! 

Paine, Otis, house and lot, Rockland 

Paine, Rosina R., 20 acres, woodland, Rockland.. 

Paine, Rosina R., house and lot, Rockland 

Paine, Walter A 

Parker, Anastatia S., Bishop lot !.!!!.!! 

Parker, Almond W 

Parker, George E !!!!!!!!! 

Parker, Huldoh J., 24 acres, C. Young estate! !! ! 

Parker, Huldah J., 36 acres, homestead 

Parker, Huldah J., 9 acres, woodland 

Parker, Leonard A 

Parker, Susan J., estate ! ! 

Paul, Bruno 

Paul, Thomas P., lot, near "Jackson! !!!!!!!!!!.'! ! 

Paulding, Evelyn E., 8 acres, homestead 

Pawtuxet River Reservoir Co., Harrisdale dam 
and water rights 

Pawtuxet Valley Water Co., 965 ft. water "pipes! ! ! 

Pearc^Maud B., 73 acres, Dexter Farm 

Peck, A'sahel A 

Peckham, Frank H., 12 acres, "woodland! !!!!!!! ! 

Peckham, John H 



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OLNEYVILLE SQUARE 



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* Certificates of Deposit at special rates. 

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Peckham, Myra May, 18 acres, Ira Case estate. .. . 

Peckham, Susan E., Burlingame estate 

Peckham, Susan E., Kelley estate 

Pentacostal Trade School, 4 acres, meadow 

Perkins, Harry G. and wife, house and lot, Ash- 
land 

Perry, Alfred 

Perry, Ella N., house and lot, North Scituate.... 

Perry, Ezra H., 60 acres, sprouts, Peck lot 

Perrault, Louis A., 21 acres, Atwood Farm 

Perterson, Jennie M., 12 acres, part of Henry 

Farm 

Phillips, Allen 

Phillips, Annie A., J. Walker, homestead 

Phillips, Annie A. and M. T., house and lot, North 

Scituate 

V. Phillips, Andrew P. and Fidelia, 2 acres, Cot- 

trell estate 

Phillips, Charles H., standing- wood on Aldrich 

Farm 

Phillips, Darius O., 5 acres, homestead..... 

Phillips, Darius O., 42 acres, Plain lot 

Phillips, Darius O., 20 acres, John lot 

Phillips, Edwin C, 21 acres, Allen Farm 

Phillips, Eliza, wife of Allen 

Phillips, Frank D., house and lot, near Potterville 

Phillips, Henry T., 33 acres, Cole estate 

Phillips, Henry T., 10 acres, sprouts 

Phillips, Marcus T 

Phillips, Minnie, house and lot, Clayville 

Phillips, Sarah E., house and lot, North Scituate 

Phillips, Virgil V., 20 acres, Barber lot 

Phillips, William A., heirs, 20 acres, Barber let... 
V. Pirce, Alwilda I., house and lot, Clayville.... 

V. Pirce, Alwilda I., 2 acres, orchard 

Pirce, Benjamin M., blacksmith shop land 

Pirce, Earl S 

V. Pierce, Edwin O., house and lot, Hope 

Pierce, Leon B., hotel and lot, Clayville 

Pierce, Leon B., Battey estate, Clayville 

V. Pirce, Mary A. H, house and lot, Clayville 

Pike, Eva L., et al., 20 acres, Peck lot 

Pike, Eva L. et al., 17 acres, Patterson lot 

Pike, Eva L. et al., 2 acres, Angell lot 

Pike, Eva L. et al., 10 acres, Corlis lot 

Pike, Eva L. et al., 4 acres, intervale and sprouts 
Pike, Eva L. et al., 16 acres, near I. G. Bates. . . 
Pinkney, Edward S., heirs, house and lot, Hope 

Plante, Elie, lot, Hope 

Pontiac Manufacturing Co., Fiskeville Mili estate 
Pontiac Manufacturing Co., lot 11 and 12, Jackson 

plat, Sec. B 

Pontiac Manufacturing Co., lot 15, Jackson olat 

Sec. B 

Poole, Fred A . \ 

Poole, William H .'".*; 

Potter, Albert C. et al., 85 acres, homestead 

Potter, Amasa S., 5 acres, Aldrich estate 

Potter, Amasa S., Wm. Aldrich lot 



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709 Harris Avenue. Providence, R. I. 



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open accounts with the 

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, shop on leased land 

house and lot Hope 

Fiske lot 

40 acres, homestead 

house and lot, Potterville 

20 acres, sprouts, Young lot... 
70 acres, sprouts and meadow. 

65 acres, Seaman's Farm 

35 acres, south of Pike 

50 acres, woodland 

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Poter, Amasa S. 

Potter, Anna A. 

Potter, Anna A. 

Potter Brothers, 

Potter Brothers, 

Potter-Brothers, 

Potter Brothers, 

Potter Brothers, 

Potter Brothers, 

Potter Brothers, 

Potter Brothers, 

Potter, Charles A., 24 acres, swamp meadow. 

Potter, Charles 

Potter, Charles 

Potter, Charles 



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A., shop and water privilege 

S., O. Mathewson Farm 

S., 75 acres, Peck Hill, sprouts... 
S., 75 acres, Sarle lot 

Potter, Charles S., 10 acres, Peck lot 

Potter, David W., heirs, 15 acres, Ralph lot 

Potter, Dexter B. and Cynthia B., 25 acres, inter- 
vale 

Potter, Dexter B. and Cynthia B., woodland 

Potter, Emma B. and E., Maud Kenyon Ballou 
estate 

Potter, Emma F., 2 houses and lot, No. Scituate 

Potter, Emma F., A. E. Wood estate, North Scit- 
uate 

Potter, Fred J 

Potter, G. Welcome estate, house and lot, Hope. 

Potter, George H 

Potter, Henry H. estate, E. B. Potter, executrix. 

Potter, Phebe et al., 10 acres, Ira Wilbur lot 

Potter, Sadie R., 2 acres, homestead 

Potter, Samuel E 

Potter, Susan A., 12 acres, woodland 

Potter, Vivian M., 40 acres, Austin estate, Rock- 
land 

Potter, William F., house and lot, Kent 

Potter, William F., 8 acres, meadow and sprouts. 

Potter, William F., 20 acres, Knight lot 

Powell, John W. and Louise, 3 acres, house and 
lot near Kent 

Prentice, George B 

Providence, City of, 6 acres, Dr. Owen Battey es- 
tate J 

Providence, City of, 4 acres, Knight Wilbur estate 

Providence, City of, 200 acres, Butler Farm..... 

Providence, City of, E. Perry Franklin estate... 

Providence, City of, 160 acres, R. E. Barden es- 
tate 

Providence, City of, 42 acres, Capwell Farm 

Providence, City of, 5 acres, Capwell woodland. . 

Providence, City of, 5 acres, Cider Mill, Wilbur 
Hollow 



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Providence, City of, 5 acres, intervale 

Providence, City of, 2 acres, Wilbur lot 

Providence, City of, 70 acres, Old Bank Farm.... 

Providence, City of, 43 acres M. Smith lot 

Providence, City of, 100 acres, Arnold Farm 

Providence, City of, 30 acres, Old Bank Farm.... 
Providence, City of, 2 acres, Shady Oak estate . . 
Providence, City of, y 2 acre, house and lot, Guile 

Hill 

Providence, City of, 30 acres, Corliss wQodlot.... 
Providence, City of, 5 acres, meadow and pasture 
Providence, City of, 1 acre, Bobbin shop estate, 

S. Scituate 

Providence, City of, y 2 acre, Patterson lot 

Providence, City of, 34 acres, Hines Farm 

Providence, City of, 14 acres, Levi intervale 

Providence, City of, 8 acres, Field estate 

Providence, City of, 25 acres, wood and pasture. . 
Providence, City of, 34 acres, Harris homestead, 

Harrisdale 

Providence, City of, 4 acres, Waterman estate, 

Saundersville 

Providence, City of, 33 acres, wood and pasture. 
Providence, City of, 6 acres, Benj. Wilbur water 

privilege 

Providence, City of, 36 acres, David Capwell 

Farm 

Providence, City of, 5 acres, house and lot, near 

Ashland 

Providence, City of, 20 acres, house and lot, near 

Ashland 

Providence, City of, 5 acres, woodland .... 

Providence, City of, 23 acres, Ramsdell lot 

Providence, City of, 15 acres, Codding Farm... . 

Providence, City of, 20 acres, woodland.. 

Providence, City of, 3 acres and iiouse, Yeaw es- 
tate, near Kent 

Providence, City of, 100 acres, WestcotV ' Parker 

Farm 

Providence, City of, 48 acres, Andrews' lot.' ....'. .' 

Providence, City of, 3 acres, Bosworth lot 

Providence Ice Company, passway and lot on 

Barber Farm 

Providence & Danielson R. R." Co.',' house and 'lot 

Clayville 

Providence & Danielson R. R. ' Co., ' land ' 'power- 
station, etc 

Pritz, Hellen F., 25 acres, Sheep Rock' wood lot! .' 
Qumn, Robert J., 2 lots, Hope . 

Quinn, Robert J., Rounds lot 

Ralph, Emma 

Ralph, James K., house and lot," Hope.' .". 

Ralph, James K., lot, Hope.. 

Ralph, James K., Samuel Ralph homestead '.'.!'.'. '. 

Ralph, James K., 28 acres, Franklin lot 

Ralph, James K., 12 acres, sprouts, Colvin lot.'.'.'.' 

Ra ph, James K., 18 acres, woodland, Burnt Hill 

Ralph, James K., 13 acres, woodland, Potter lot 

Ra ph, James K„ Brant estate, Hope 

Ralph, James K., 2 acres, woodland , 



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Exchange Place, Prov., R. I 



We pay 4% interest on Savings Deposits 

OLNEYVILLB BRANCH 
OF THE UNION TRUST COMPANY. 



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Ralph, Jeremiah, house and lot, Hope 

Ralph, Jeremiah, 4 acres, Leason estate 

Ralph, Jeremiah, 4 acres, Maple Swamp 

Ralph, Jeremiah, 8 acres, intervale 

Ralph, Jeremiah, 1 acre, woodland 

Ramsdell, Cassius L., 25 acres, woodland 

Ramsdell, John, woodland 

Randall, Almira, estate, lot 3, Old Mill plat 

Randall, Byron A. and J. B., 30 acres, Orrin Sarle 
Farm 

V. Randall, Henry, 55 acres, Mathewson Farm 
(life estate; 

V. Randall, Henry, flowage 

Randall, Jared W., house and lot, North Scituate 

Randall, Jared W., 1 acre, Fiske estate 

Randall, John, 5 acres, Boss estate 

Randall, John, 10 acres, Fenner lot 

Randall, John, 15 acres, sprouts 

Randall, Louisa Jane, 10 acres, woodland 

Randall, Louisa Jane, 4 acres, Remington lot 

Randall, William A 

Randall, William H., Jr., house and lot, Hope 

Rathbun, George C, 24 acres, Matteson lot 

Rathbun, Raymond A., heirs, homestead, Rock- 
land 

Rathbun, Raymond A;, heirs, O. Rathbun estate. . 

Rathbun, Raymond A., heirs, house and lot, Rock- 
land I 

Rathbun, Raymond A., heirs 12 acrs, woodland. . . 

Remington, Annella H., 35 acres, Wilbur Farm. . 

Remington, Daniel H, 10 acres, homestead 

Remington, Daniel H., 95 acres So. Scituate Store 
Plat | 

Remington, Daniel H, 60 acres, Patterson estate. 

Remington, Daniel H., house and lot, Richmond 

Remington, Daniel H., 44 acres, Fiske lot 

Remington, Daniel H., 48 acres, Slack lot 

Remington, Daniel H., 52 acres, Fenner lot 

Remington, Daniel H., 10 acres, Atwood lot 

Remington, Daniel H, 16 acres, Battey lot 

Remington, Daniel H., 38 acres, Capwell lot 

Remington, Daniel H., 30 acres, sprouts, Wilbur 
lot 

Remington, Daniel H., 35 acres, Muck lot 

Remington, Daniel PI., 14 acres, Atwood lot 

Remington, Daniel H., 12^ acres, sprouts, Young- 
lot 

Remington, Daniel H., 39 acres, Matteson lot 

Remington, Daniel H., 55 acres, Barden estate.. 

Remington, Daniel H, 15 acres, Adam lot 

Remington, Daniel H., 13 acres, Bennett lot 

Remington, Daniel H. and wife, Store estate, 
North Scituate 

Remington, Daniel H., trustee, 75 acres, Wilcox 
Farm 

Remington, Fred A 

Remington, Fred A. and Lula E., 65 acres, home- 
stead 



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UOIing LOWEST PRICES 

709 Harris Avenue, Providence, R. I 



L. Sweet & Co. 



"W/E pay Interest on Accounts subject to check and issue Demand 
V Certificates of Deposit at special rates. 

01N£YVILLE BRANCH of the UNION TRUST COMPANY. 



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DESCRIPTION 



Land B.&I. T. P. In.P 



Tax 



Reminton, Fred A. and Lula E., Collins lot 

Remington, Lula E., 20 acres, Matteson lot 

Remington, Leroy H 

Renshaw, Winfred, 30 acres, H. Harris estate 

Remily, George J 

Remily, Jerry N 

Reynolds, Henry A., house and lot, Rocky Hill... 

Reynolds, Henry A., Graves estate, Rocky Hill... 

Reed, Anna B., 16 acres, homestead... 

Rhodes, Robert and Mary G., 65 acres, West Farm 

Rhode Island Suburban Railway Co., electric car 
line to Hope 

Ricketts, Alfred H. and wife, house and lot Fague 
estate 

Riley, Clifford E 

Riley, George E., house and lot Hope 

Riley, John 

Riley, John H 

Roberts, George J 

Roberts, Susan M., 10 acres, homestead 

Roberts, William E. O 

Robinson, Arthur 

V. Robinson, Effle, y 2 of house and lot, North 
Scituate 

Rogers, George B., 120 acres, Salisbury Farm.'.'.'.' 

Rogers, Sarah A., 41 acres, Mott Farm 

Rogers, Sarah A., 112 acres, Potter Farm 

Rogers, Sarah A., 20 acres, meadow and wood 

Rondeau, Joseph 

Rounds, Arthur C, 5 acres, Wells Farm 

Round, Israel P., 6 acres, farm lands 

Round, Joseph B., house and lot, Rockland 

Round, Joseph B., 11 acres, woodland 

Round, Joseph B. and Rena A., house and lot 
Rockland 

Round, John A., 9 acres, woodland, Young lot.!, 

Round, John A., house and lot, Clayville 

Round, John A. et al., Store estate, Clayville 

Round, John A. and Maude E., Asahel Stone es- 
tate, Clayville 

Round, Lydia A., 75 acres, Randall estate! ! ! ! .' .'!'.! 
Round, Mary J., house and lot, Rockland 

Round, Mary E., wife of William L 

Round, Richard B., 20 acres, homestead 

Round, Richard B., Austin estate, Rockland. 

Round, Richard B., Church lot 

Round, Richard B., house and lot, Rockland 

Round, Sessimon B 

Round, Warren L., 60 acres, homestead ' ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! 
Round, William L., blacksmith shop and lot... 
Round, William L. and wife, house and lot, Rock- 
land 

Round, William L. and wife, 4 acres, K ' Hillot ' 
Round, William L. and wife, 12 acres, pasture...! 
Round, William L. and wife, 1 acre, orchard 
Round, William L. and wife, house and lot, Rock- 



land 



Rowell, George P. and wife, 65 acres Potter Farm! 



National Exchange Bank 

63 Westminster St., Providence 



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ONE OF THE OLDEST 

and STRONGEST BANKS 

IN RHODE ISLAND 



INDIVIDUALS, FIRMS and CORPORATIONS are invited to 

open accounts with the 

OLNEYVIIXLE BRANCH of the UNION TRUST COMPANY. 



29 



NAME 



DESCRIPTION 



Land|B.&I. 
I 



T. P. In.P. 



Tax 



Rowell, George P. and wife, 7 acres, Mowry lot . . | 
Rowell, George P. and wife, 5 acres, Phillips lot | 
Rudolf, Jacob and wife, 36 acres, Mathewson 

Farm 

Sabitini, Amedo et al., 70 acres, A. R. Potter Farm 

Salisbury, Charles E., 23 acres, woodland 

Salisbury, Clarence O 

Salisbury, Cyrus | 

Salisbury, Edwin A., 30 acres, Baton Farm j 

Salisbury, Elizabeth O., 6 acres, homestead 

Salisbury, Elizabeth O., 12 acres, sprouts 

Salisbury, Elmer L., 70 acres, Randall Farm.... 

Salisbury, George L 

Salisbury, Harley B 

Salisbury, Henry B., 30 acres, homestead 

Salisbury, Henry B., 20 acres, house, woodland 

and pasture 

Salisbury, Leroy A 

Salisbury, Lewis R 

Salisbury, Mary C, house and lot, North Scituate 

Salisbury, Marshall H 

Salisbury, Orlando C, 16 acres, Wilbur lot | 

Sanborn, Mary C, house and lot, Clayville | 

Sanderson, Sarah, home estate, Hope 

Sanderson, Sarah, house and lot, Hope 

Sanderson, Sarah, Spencer lot, Hope 

Sanderson, Sarah, lot, Hope | 

Sanderson, Samuel j 

Sarle, Harriet W. et al., 2 acres, woodland I 

Sarle, Harriet W. et al., 15 acres, woodland....) 

Saunders, Mary A. C, Isaac Saunders estate j 

Sayles, Marie A., Phillips woodland 

Sayles, Maria A., Phillips woodland I 

Scott, Thomas, lot No. 3, Jackson plat, Sec. B... 

Scott, Thomas, lot No. 4, Fiskeville 

Schmidt, Henry M., 5 acres, homestead 

Scully, Jessie A 

Seamans, Henry W 

Seamans, Sophia A., estate, 110 acres, Salisbury 

Farm 

Seamans, Thomas, heirs, house and lot, Clayville 

Searle, Edward E., 10 acres, Randall lot 

Searle, Lillian V., 125 acres, Barber Farm 

Searle, Lillian V., 2 acres 

V. Searle, Mary E., house and lot, Hope 

Searle, Orville E., lot, Hope 

Sears, Adeline, 33 acres, sprouts, Harris lot 

Sears, Adeline, 34 acres sprouts, Harris lot 

Segee, Fred W. and wife, 60 acres Drew Farm. . . 

Segee, Frank T | 

Selinger, Emily 

Sharpe, George A. and Emilv T., Page home-| 

stead, North Scituate j 

Shay, William H., heirs, 2 acres, part of home es-| 

tate | 

Sheldon, Hiram A., Budlong place | 

Sheldon, Joseph T., house and lot and Battev lot.j 
Sheldon, Joseph, heirs, 36 acres, Ramsdell lot 



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OLNEYVIIXE SQUARE 



Transact your banking business with the 
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Land 



Sheldon, Joseph, heirs, 24 acres, woodland 

Sheldon, William J. and others, house and lot, 

Ashland 

Shippee, Benjamin H., 21 acres, Knight estate... 

Shippee, Ernest P 

Shippee, Minnie H., Randall estate, Fiskeville. . . 

Shippee, John H 

Shippee, Philip and Almira, house and lot, North 

Scituate 

Shippee, Philip and Almira, house and lot, North 

Scituate 

Shippee, Philip and Almira, 3V 2 acres, Aldrich 

meadow 

Shippee, Philip and Almira, Burroughs lot 

Simmons, Harry F 

V. Simmons, Maria, homestead, North Scituate. . 
V. Simmons, Maria, Perkins estate, No. Scituate 

V. Simmons, Maria, 8 acres, Rocky Hill lot 

Shortsleve, Louis, 4 acres, Cowee woodland 

Sherlock, James H 

Shurtleff, George R., estate, 13 acres, Phillips 

Farm 

Slater, Ashton and Mabel F., y 2 of 210 acres, 

Field Farm 

Slater, Ashton and Mabel F., house and lot Field 

Farm 

Slater, Samuel ' 

Slocum, Henry H., 50 acres, W. N. Mowry Farm 

(life estate) 

Slocum, Henry H., 13 acres, Rocky Hill lot (life 

estate; 

Smart, Charles H., 14 acres, Bush meadow'.'.!'.].! 
Smith, Amey A., house and lot, North Scituate.. 

Smith, Albert, Warner estate 

Smith, Benjamin F., 110 acres, homestead 

Smith, Benjamin F., 65 acres, Mathewson Farm.. 

Smith, Benjamin F., 40 acres, Winsor lot 

Smith, Benjamin F., 25 acres, Mathewson lot 

Smith, Benjamin F., lot 7, Old Mill plat 

Smith, Benjamin F., 8 acres, King lot 

Smith, Benjamin F., 10 acres, King lot 

Smith, Benjamin F., Atwood Bog meadow 

Smith, Benjamin F., 16 acres, Wilder lot 

Smith, Benjamin F., 12 acres, orchard, Potter lot 
Smith, Benjamin F., 46 acres, Pike wood lot I 

Smith, Benjamin F., 2 acres, swamp meadow... 
£ m ?th, Benjamin F. et al., lot, North Scituate. 

o m ?^* ££ arles p - lots 31 » 32 > 33 > Jackson plat.. 

Smith. Chester L., lot, North Scituate 

Smith. Daniel, 61 acres, Burgess Farm 

Smith, Daniel, 36 acres, Martin lot 

Smith, Chester L. and Ada M., 3 acres, Hopkins 

estate 

f rn !;, h ' fester L. and Ada M,' 6 acres,' pasture! '. 
£ m ?f£' £ hester L- and Ada M., 14 acres. Harris lot 

Smith, Emma F., house and lot, Hope 

Smith, Flora A., house and lot, North Scituate.. 

Smith, Flora A., Potter lot, North Scituate 

Smith, Gideon R 

Smith, Harry E 



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Providence, R. I, 



We pay 4% interest on Savings Deposits 

OLNEYVILLE BRANCH 
OF THE UNION TRUST COMPANY. 



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Land B.&L T. P. In. P. Tax 



Smith, Harry W 

Smith, Henrietta, lot No. 2, Old Mill plat 

Smith, Irving E 

Smith, James H 

Smith, Joseph W 

Smith, John C, 100 acres, homestead 

Smith, John C, 50 acres, Kent lot 

Smith, John C, 52 acres, Pitman lot 

Smith, John C, 30 acres, Ralph lot 

Smith, John C, 30 acres, Carpenter lot 

Smith, John C, 40 acres, Winsor lot 

Smith, John C, 9 acres, woodland 

Smith, John C, 12 acres, woodland 

Smith, Lyman M. and wife, house and lot, North [ 

Scituate 

V. Smith, Martin S., 157 acres, homestead 

V. Smith, Martin S., 100 acres, Aaron lot. . . 

92 acres, Peckham Farm.. 

house and lot, Saundersille 

8 acres, swamp meadow. . 

20 acres, woodland 



2 acres, homestead, 
house and lot, North 



Spencer, 
Spencer, 
Spencer, 
Spencer, 
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V. Smith, Martin S., 

V. Smith, Martin S., 

V. Smith, Martin S., 

V. Smith, Martin S., 

Smith, Silas N 

Smith, Walter C 

Smith, "William H. and wife 

Smith, William T. and wife, 

Scituate 

Smith, William M., 40 acres, B. Wood estate 

V. Snell, Charles B 

V. Snell, Celinda, house and lot, Hope 

Snell, Sarah M. and Emma, house and lot, North 
Scituate . . , 

Spencer, Ernest M., house and lot, North Scituate 

Spencer, Ernest M., 6 acres, woodland 

Spencer, Ernest M., 3 acres, Atwood lot 

Spencer, Frank, Hope 

Spencer, Frank 2d 

Frankie, Graves estate 

Ida L., 10 acres, homestead, Hope.... 
Ruth Belle, Fred Spencer lot, Hope.. 

William E 

& Wood 

Soule, Phebe S., 20 acres, homestead 

Spiller, Karl and E., 1 acre, house and lot 

Spiller, Karl and E., 16 acres, meadow 

Spooner, Charles J., 16 acres, Waterman lot.... 

Sprague, Chloe, 25 acres, homestead 

Sprague, Chloe, 9 acres, Greene lot 

Sprague, Henry D 

Sprague, Rhodes A 

Sprague, Sarah M., 40 acres, Lovell Farm 

Sprague, Sarah M., 20 acres, wood, Sarle lot 

Sprague, Sarah M., 10 acres, wood, Greene lot. 

Sprague, Sarah M.- et al., Leach Farm 

Sprague, William A., heirs, 2 acres, Rocky Hill lot j 
Staack, Katherina, 150 acres, Fuller Farm 

Steere, Andrew, 80 acres, homestead 

Steere, Andrew, 23 acres, woodland 

Steere, Andrew, 20 acres, woodland 

Steere, Andrew J 



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WITH US. PROSPECTIVE BUYERS 
READY AT ALL TIMES. 
107 Westminster Street, Providence, R. I, 



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Transact your banking business with the 
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Steere, Ann E 

Steere, Anthony A., 4 acres, Lindon lot 

Steere, Anthony A., 4 acres, woodland 

Steere, Ellen A., 3 acres, house and lot, Saunders- 
ville 

Steere, Franklin H 

Steere, Israel H. S., 31 acres, homestead 

Steere, Israel H. S., 18 acres, Potter lot 

Steere, Israel H. S., 7 acres, Aldrich lot 

Steere, Israel H. S., 2 acres, Randall lot 

Steere, Sarah F., heirs, 2 acres, homestead, Rock- 
land 

Steere, Stephen, heirs, woodland 

Steere, Varnum 

Stewart, Frank A., 1 acre, Angell lot 

Stone, Amasa J., house and lot, North Scituate.. 

Stone, Amasa J. et al., Sarle woodland 

Stone, Alma A., house and lot, North Scituate... 

Stone, Charles A 

Stone, Clarence A 

Stone, Charles D., 20 acres, Pine Swamp 

Stone, William H 

Stubbert, John I 

Sullivan, Daniel 

Taft, Robert B 

Tapner, Fred P 

Tate, Thomas H., 50 acres, Davis Farm 

Tate, Thomas H., 40 acres, Noble Farm 

Tate, Thomas H., 10 acres, Rocky Hill 

Taylor, Herbert E., y 2 of 6 acres, S. Taylor estate 

Taylor, Herbert E., 3 acres, swamp meadow 

Taylor, Herbert H., 6 acres, woodland 

Taylor, Nelson, 50 acres, B. Angell lot 

V. Taylor, Palmer B., % of 6 acres, S. Taylor es- 
tate 

Taylor, Samuel H., 21 acres, wood "and "pasture'. ! 

Thielson, Julius E 

Thomas, Albert S 

Thornton, Hattie C, 28 acres," Ro'essle'r" Farm! '.'. ! 

Thornton. William G 

Tierney, Martin J. and wife, 60 acres, Yeaw'estate 

Tinkham, Carrie Belle, house and lot, Eagle Dis- 
trict 

Tinkham, Daniel E., Bowen woodland!! 

Tinkham, Daniel E., house and lot, Rocky Hill 

Tinkham, Nelson V 

Tinkham, Olive L. P., 17 acre's", ' Brown 'estate! ! .' .' 

Tinkham, Thomas E., Bishop lot 4 acres 

Tinkham, Thomas E., 30 acres, E. RandalVlot! ! ! ! 

Tinkham, Willard S 

Tirfell, Mary G. and Amey C. Wi'lbur,"45" acres', I 
woodland, Wilbur lot 

Tobin, Emily, 60 acres, Home Farm ' 

TourteHot, Eleanor E., 3 acres, homestead!!!!!! 

Tourtellot, Eleanor E., 2 acres, Mary Steer es 
tate 

Tourtellot, Samuel s" 



Tourtellot Stephen W. G., 10 Oacres," A." Tour- 
tellot Farm 



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709 HARRIS AVENUE, PROVIDENCE, 



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Westminster Bank 

73 WESTMINSTER STREET, 
PROVIDENCE, R. I. 



ARNOLD B. CHACE, President 
GEORGE A. JEPHERSON, Vice President 
WILLIAM C. ANGELL, Cashier 
BENJAMIN B. MANCHESTER, Ass't Cashier. 



ACCOUNTS SOLICITED 

We offer to Depositors every Facility which their Balances, 
Business and Responsibility Warrants. 



Phenix Trust Company 

PHENIX, R. I. 



GAPITAL ■ • ■ $100,000.00 

SURPLUS AND PROFIT - ■ $69,500.00 



Receives Deposits on Check Account. 

Issues certificate of deposits at attractive rates. Ask us about them. 

Receives deposits on participation account. 

If made on or before the 1 5 th of any month, participation deposits go on in- 
terest from the first of the month in which they are made. 

In about a month our new safe deposit boxes will be ready for rental at rea- 
sonable rates. Rent one. 



OFFICERS 
HENRY T. WHITE, President. 
GEO. E. SHELDON, Treasurer. 



DIRECTORS 



PRESBARY HOXIE BYRON READ 

DANIEL HOWLAND HENRY R. BROWN 

EBENEZER B. FISKE GEORGE W. JOHNSON 

GEORGE E. SHELDON 



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Tourtellot, Stephen and Stephen W. G., W. Tour- 
tellot homestead 

Trainor, James, heirs, 6 acres, woodland, Burnt 
Hill 

Trainor, Susan, house and lot, Hope 

Trask, Ethel A., house and lot, North Scituate. . 

Trask, Frank F 

Trayner, Westgarth F., 30 acres, Knight Farm 

V. Tucker, Charles A. and wife, 30 acres, Thorn- 
ton estate 

Tucker, Stephen R., 8 acres, sprouts and pasture. 

Turner, Ella M., wife of James, house and lot, 
Hope , | 

Turner, John 

Tyler, Alphonso, 6 acres land, near Ashland 

Tyler, Benjamin W 

Tyler, William J 

Tyring-, Niles J. and wife, 8 acres, Aldrich estate 

Tyring, Niles J. and wife, 40 acres, Dexter lot... 

Tyring, Niles J. and wife, 4 acres, swamp meadow 

Wall, William 

Wall, William F 

Wall, William F. et al., Ralph estate, Hope 

Walker, Alice A., 110 acres, homestead 

Walker, Clifford A 

Walker, Charles L | 

Walker, Lawrence D 

Walker, Leveritt 

Walker, Susan D., 35 acres, homestead 

Walker, Susan D., 8 acres, swamp meadow 

Walker, Emery and wife, 40 acres, S. Franklin 
Farm 

Walker, Warren M 

Walter, John H. and Henrietta, part of Isaac 
Hawkins Farm 

Walton, George L., 2 acres, Frazier lot 

Walton, George L., 8 acres, Chappell lot 

Walton, George L., 3% acres, Tibbets lot 

Walton, George L., 12 acres, Pine Swamp \ 

Walton, Jane, house and lot, Fiskeville 

Warner, Ada L., 3 acres and house, Rockland 

Warner, Charles, heirs, V 2 acre, Rarden lot 

Warner, Ezekiel H 

Waterman, Elisha A., 5 acres, homestead 

Waterman, Elisha A., 40 acres, Bates lot 

Waterman, Frank A. and wife, Capwell house and 
lot, Rockland 

Waterman, George L 

Waterman, Herbert L 

Waterman, John O., heirs, 15 acres, woodland 

Waterman, Resolved H 

Waterman, Mary, 80 acres, homestead 

Waterman, Mary, 74 acres, N. S. Fenner Farm... 

Waterman, Mary, 53 acres, Guild lot 

Waterman, W. Perry and wife, house and lot, 
North Scituate 

Watson, Albert A., 34 acres, woodland 

Watson, Russel A., house and lot, Hope 

Watson, Russel A., 30 acres, woodland 



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Land 



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T. P. 



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Watson, William H., 1 3-5 acres, Moswansicut plat 

Weeden, Arthur P 

Weeden, Fannie B., house and lot, North Scituate 

Weeden, Olive G., 137 acres, W. T. Henry Farm.. 

Wells, Everett L., shop on leased land, N. Scituate 

Wells, Henry A., deceased, estate 

Wells, Mary T., house and lot, Elmdale 

Wells, Mercie A., 65 acres, L. Whitman estate.... 

Wells, Sarah D., 65 acres, Edmund Randall Farm 

Wells, Sarah D., 10 acres, Edmund Randall lot. . 

Wells, Willard A., house and lot, Clayville 

Wells, William M 

West, Lucien M 

Westcott, Wilmarth A., homestead 

Westcott, Wilmarth A., 113 acres, Sweet Farm. . 

Westcott, Wilmarth A., 25 acres, woodland 

Westcott, Wilmarth A., 110 acres, Hopkins Farm. 

Westcott, Fernando G., 76 acres, homestead. 

Westcott, Hattie A., 11 acres, woodland 

Whaley, Benoni H 

Whaley, Thomas G., 14 acres, woodland 

Whaley, Thomas G., 1-12 of 10 acres, Nitmug 
Ledge 

Wheeler, Abbie A., heirs, 2 houses and lot, North 
Scituate 

Wheeler, Abbie A., heirs, 40 acres, Tanner Farm. 

Wheeler, Abbie A., heirs, 7 acres, meadow, Cole 
lot 

Wheeler, Abbie A., heirs 6 acres meadow, Fenner 
lot 

Wheeler, Abbie A., heirs, 8 acres, meadow and 
wood 

Wheeler, Fred W 

Whipple, Charles W., 7 acres, Nitmug lot 

Whipple, Charles W., 15 acres, Stone House lot... 

Whipple, Charles W., 16 acres, Ed. Colvin lot... 

Whipple, John D., 7 acres, Hotel estate 

Whipple, John D., 30 acres, Drew lot 

Whipple, John D., Scranton estate 

Whipple, Leon E., hall and lot, Rockland 

Whipple, Raymond R., house and lot, near Rock- 
land 

Whiting, Alfred, estate, 13 acres, woodlot 

Whitaker, William D., house and lot, North Scit- 
uate 

Whitman, Alfred Y. and wife, y 2 of 200 acres, W. 
Knight Farm 

Whitman, Benjamin F., 120 acres, H. S. Knight 
Farm 

Whitman, Benjamin F., % of 200 acres W. Knight 
Farm 

Whitman, Benjamin F., 21 acres, woodland 

Whitman, Benjamin F., 10 acres, woodland 

Whitman, Charles C, 22 acres, Patt Farm (life 
estate) 

Whitman, C. Walter and Pearl A., 50 acres, Salis- 
bury Farm 

Whitman, Fred E., 35 acres, Burnt Hill 

Whitman, Harris P., Jr 

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Land 



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In.P. 



Whitman, Harry D. and wife, 25 acres and laun- 
dry buildings 

Whitman, Harry D. and wife, house and lot, 
North Scituate 

Whitman, Lydia, 70 acres, homestead 

Whitten, Adelaide D. et al., 17 acres, Brackett 
Farm 

Whitford, Solomon 

Whitaker, Elisha A 

Wightman, Eugene C 

Wilbur, Almond B 

Wilbur, Abner O., 13 acres, homestead (life es- 
tate) 

Wilbur, Abner O., 13 acres, woodland (life estate) 

Wilbur, Benjamin, 2 acres, homestead (life es- 
tate) 

Wilbur, Benjamin, y 2 of H. Nichols estate (life es- 
tate) 

Wilbur, Benjamin, 48 acres, 2 houses, south of 
Pike 

Wilbur, Bernard F. and Raymond C.„ 14 acres, 
King lot 

Wilbur, Charles, heirs, 65 acres, sprouts 

Wilbur, Frank B , 

Wilbur, Lena , 

Wilbur, Mary E., 40 acres, Hopkins estate , 

Wilbur, Mary E., Spring lot , 

Wilbur, Stephen H., heirs, 35 acres, Ira Wilbur 
estate 

Willard, Marguerite L., 40 acres, Grayson Farm.. 

Wilcox, Henry L., Blackmar homestead 

Wilder, William R., 75 acres, sprouts 

V. Williams, Amanda, 45 acres, homestead 

Williams, Alfred H., 60 acres, Hotel estate 

10 acres, Dorr lot 

33 acres, Orris Sarle Farm.. 

Randall lot 

20 acres, Waterman lot 

7 acres, Wheeler lot 

Williams, Alfred H, 17 acres, Sarle lot 

Williams, Alfred H., 10 acres, R. Wilbur lot 

Williams, Alfred H., 4 acres, sprouts 

Williams, Alfred H., Sarle lot 

Williams, Crowford R., house and lot, North 
Scituate 

Williams, Lydia M., house and lot, Clayville 

Williams, Manuel F., 12 acres, Poole estate 

Williams, Minnie E., barn and lot, Hope 

Williams, Warren B., 50 acres, homestead 

Williams, Warren B., 9 acres, sprouts, Chopmist. . 

Williams, Walter E., house and lot, Hope 

V. Wilson, Jared P., homestead 

Wilson, I. Allen 

Winsor, Harrison T., 14 acres, woodland 

Winsor, Mary I., house and lot, North Scituate. 

Winward, Charles M 

Wood, Adelbert L 

Wood, Adelbert L. and wife, 2 houses and lot, 
North Scituate 



Williams, Alfred H., 
Williams, Alfred H, 
Williams, Alfred H. 
Williams, Alfred H, 
Williams, Alfred H., 



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Land 


B.&I. 


T. P. 


In.P. 


Tax 


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Yeaw, Edwin L. and wife, 24 acres, woodland.... 


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Yeaw, Isaac H., heirs, 20 acres, Bennett lot.... 


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Yeaw, Lewellyn, heirs, 54 acres, Field estate 


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Young, Byron N., 18 acres, sprout's, Young lot.... 


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Young, Eugene L., 17 acres, woodland 


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Young, Henry C., 8 acres, R. Arnold lot 


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Young, John R., 31 acres, Drew lot 


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Young, Marenus C, heirs, 106 acres, homestead.. 




Young, Marenus C, heirs, 26 acres, Bond 


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RECAPITULATION. 

Valuation of land $ 637,025 00 

Valuation of buildings and improvements 1,400,265 00 

Total real estate valuation $2,037,290 00 

Valuation of tangible personal property $654,775 00 

Valuation of intangible personal property 340,280 00 

Total personal estate valuation $ 995,055 00 

Total real estate valuation 2,037,290 00 

Total valuation $3,032,345 00 

Real estate tax — 

Land, $1.00 on each $100 $ 6,370 25 

Buildings and improvements, $1.00 on each $100 14,002 65 

Personal property tax — 

Tangible $ 6,547 75 

Intangible 1,361 12 

Total $ 28,281 77 

Exempted property — 
Veterans, their wives and widows 235 00 

Total tax to be collected $ 28,046 77 

Names marked V. are honorably discharged Union Soldiers and Sailors of the 
War of the Rebellion, or wives, or widows of such remaining un-married who have 
made sworn statements. The property of all such is exempt from taxation to the 
amount of $1000.00 under the provisions of Chapter No. 392 of the Public Laws 
passed January session, 1909. Geo. H. Burgess $550, he having real estate in Fos- 
ter, R. I. 



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Church, Ashland, church at Ashland 

Church, Free Baptist, church and lot at North 

Scituate 

Church, Baptist Society, Battey Meeting House, 

S. Scituate 

Church, Cottrell, Cottrell Church, Fiskeville 

Church, Episcopal Society, lot and church, South 

Scituate 

Church, Hope, M. E. Church and lot, Hope 

Church, Kent, Baptist Church and lot, Kent 

Church, Congregational Society, Congregational 

Church and lot, North Scituate 

Church, Advent, Advent Church and lot, North 

Scituate 

Church, Pentacostal, Pentacostal Church and lot, 

North Scituate 

Church, Potterville, church and lot, Potterville. . . 
Church, Rockland Society, Christian Church and 

lot, Rockland 



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Church, Society, Gleaner Chapel, Eagle District 
Cemetery, Cottrell, Cottrell Cemetery, Fiskevilie. 
Cemetery, Glenford, Glenford Cemetery, North | 

Scituate 

Cemetery, Rockland, Capwell Cemetery, Rockland 
Cemetery, Smithville Corporation, Smithville 

Cemetery, North Scituate 

Fire Company, engine house and lot. No. Scituate 
Library, Public, North Scituate Public Library.. 
Pentacostal Collegiate Institute, 6 acres and 

buildings, North Scituate 

Pentacostal Trade Schools 

Scituate, Town of, District No. 1, lot and build 

ings, Rocky Hill 

Scituate, Town of, District No. 2, lot and build- j 

ings, North Scituate 

Scituate, Town of, District No. 3, lot and build- j 

ings, Eagle 

Scituate, Town of, District No. 4, lot and build- 
ings, West Scituate 

Scituate, Town of, District No. 5, lot and build- 
ings, Chopmist 

Scituate, Town of, District No. 6, lot and build- 
ings, Rockland 

Scituate, Town of, District No. 7, lot and build- 
ings, Potterville 

Scituate, Town of, District No. 8, Burnt Hill 

Scituate, Town of, District No. 9, lot and build- 
ings, Hope 

Scituate, Town of, District No. 10, lot and build- 
ings, Kent 

Scituate, Town of, District No. 11, lot and build- 
ings, Barnes 

Scituate, Town of, District No. 12, lot and build- 
ings, Saunderville 

Scituate, Town of, District No. 13, lot and build- 1 

ings, South Scituate 

Scituate, Town of, District No. 14, lot and build- 
ings, Richmond 

Scituate, Town of, District No. 15, lot and build- 
ings, Trimtown 

Scituate, Town of, District No. 16, lot and build- 
ings, Westcott 

Scituate, Town of, District No. 17, lot and build- 
ings, Clayville 

Scituate, Town of, District No. 18, lot and build- 
ings, Glenford 

Scituate, Town of, District No. 19, lot and build- 
ings, Ponagansett 

Scituate, Town of, police station, North Scituate. 

Scituate, Town of, police station, Hope 

Scituate, Town of, asylum for poor, Clayville 

Scituate, Town of, Town Clerk's Office, South 

Scituate 

Scituate, Town of. Town House, near Ashland.!.'! 

Scituate, Town of, Pound, North Scituate 

Scituate, Town of, Ponagansett 

Scituate, Town of, Richmond 

Scituate, Town of, Pound, Hope 



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RECAPITULATION. 

Valuation of land, exempted $ 9,800 00 

Valuation of buildings and improvements, exempted 51,000 00 



Total valuation of real estate, exempted $60,800 00 

Valuation, tangible personal property, exempted 4,500 00 

Total valuation, exempted $65,300 00 

Real estate tax, exempted — 

Land $ 98 00 

Buildings 510 00 

Personal property tax, exempted — 
Tangible 45 00 



$653 00 



We, the undersigned, having been duly engaged to the faithful performance of 
our duty, as Assessors of Taxes, for the Town of Scituate, for the year 1915, by 
the Town Clerk, and having given notice pursuant to law, and having made a valu- 
ation of all the taxable property, known to us within said town, and taxed the same 
according to a vote passed in Town Meeting, held June 7th, 1915, herewith present 
the same to the Town Clerk of said Town, this 31st day of July, A. D. 1915. 

PHILIP SHIPPEE, 
FRED A. REMINGTON, 
EMANUEL HOPKINS, 

Assessors of Taxes. 

Town Clerk's Office, Scituate, R. I., August 2nd, 1915. 
I, D. H. Remington, Town Clerk of the Town of Scituate, do certify that the 
foregoing is a full and true copy of the original on file in this office. 



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REMINGTON, 

Town Clerk. 



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Angell, Henry , , $ 

Angell, Walter J 

Angell, Frederick A 

Angell, Preserved 

Andrews, Joseph 

Angell, Ernest B 

Alexander, Albertus F 

Angell, William B 

Angell, Alton W 

Angell, Fred 

Annis, Fred 

Arnold, James H 

Arnold, Howard M 

Ashworth, iSamuel S 

Austin, Charles L 

Baker, Albert S 

Baker, Eugene 

Barden, Harold 

Barnes, Charles » 

Barnes, George H. 

Barnes, George T 

Barnes, John M 

Barnes, William R 

Bates, Benjamin S 

Barber, 'Stephen L 

Bates, John F 

Battey, Raymond Li 

Bedford, George T 

Belcher, James H 

Belcher, James H., Jr 

Bender, Albert 

Bennett, Orin 

Benoit, Joseph 

Bernier, Oliver 

Blackmar, Fred M 

Blackmar, Frank E 

Blackmar, George E 

Blackmar, Louis M 

Blair, Bernal E 

Blanchard, George E 

Blanding, Leon B 

Boucher, Joseph 

Borders, Edward A 

Bowers, Edward J 

Bowen, George W 

Brennan, John F, 

Brant, Nathan W 

Brayton, Herbert 

Briggs, Charles W 

Brochu, George 

Brown, Charles E 

Brown, George W 

Brown, Ray 

Brown, William A 

Buck, Fred A 

Buckley, Louis 



Burgess, William A. . 

Burns, William F 

Burton, Elisha H, 

Cahoone, Fred 

Cahoone, Elmer 

Campbell, Albert . . . . 
Campbell, George W. . 
Campbell, Thomas D. 
Campbell, William . . 
Campbell, Rupert , , . 
Capron, Charles H. 

Capron, George S 

Capron, Waldo C 

Capron, William D. 
Capwell, Edward J. . . 
Capwell, Walter L, 

Cadel, Joseph 

Card, Adelbert * 

Carlo, Alexander . . . . 

Carlo, Charles 

Carlo, Mitchell 

Carlo, Acdavias . , 
Carlo, Mitchell,- Jr. ... 

Carlo, Peter . . 

Carter, Everett 

Carter, Fred 

Carroll, Charles L. 
Cavanough, Thomas . . 
Chappell, Alexander . . 
Champagne, Lawrence 

Chase, Otto 

Clarke, Richard I. . . . 

Cliff, Rowland 

Colbarth, Fred E 

Cole, Charles H., Jr. . 

Cole, Albert D 

Colvin, George A 

Colvin, George A., Jr. 

Colvin, George T 

Colvin, John 

Colvin, Fred 

Cooke, George E 

Cooke, John A 

Comstock, Warren A. . 
Conlon, Michael J. 
Conlon, Charles F, 

Cooney, Harrv F 

Coppleston, Isaac A. . . 

Cotton, Thomas 

Corbin, William H. 
Corbin, Lester H. .... 

Coty, Frank 

Coyle, Frank 

Crompton, Arthur W. 

Crowd, Arthur W 

Crowley, Cornelius . . . 



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Gognan, George 1 

Gongee. Edward 1 

Ooodnough. HarrA" L 1 

Gory. Dpniel \ 

Ooshn. Phili.o , . j 

Grattage. Charles . 



Grattage, George 1 

Greene, Horatio M 1 

Greene, John J 1 

Greene, Peter . » 1 

Greene, George H 1 

Greene, Leon 1 

Greene, Thomas E 1 

Greene, Henry , , 1 

Greene, Walter E t 1 

Groves, Kenneth 1 

Groves, Atherton W 1 

Gracie. Thomas 1 

Hawkins. Claude H 1 

Hawkins, William J 1 

Harris, George H 1 

Harris. William M., Jr 1 

Hall George H 1 

Hall. Ellery A 1 

Hart. Edwin 1 

Hart, Harry D 1 

Hackett. Henry 1 

Hammill, Hugh F 1 

Hammond, George L 1 

Harrington. Charles L 1 

Harrington. 'William 1 

Harrington, Ambrose B 1 

Harvey, George 1 

Hopkins, Everett D 1 

Hopkins. Thomas D 1 

Hopkins, Clarence S 1 

Hopkins. Thomas . 1 

Hopkins. Arthur 1 

Hopkins. Marshall D., Jr 1 

Holbrook, Walter A .♦ 1 

Hohler. Edward C 1 

Howard. Almond 1 

Howarth. "William 1 

Hutchins, Fred P 1 

Hutchinson. John W 1 

Hubbard. Samuel R 1 

Hubbard. Charles H 1 

Humes, Henry L 1 

Ide, Stephen R 

Inman, Sidney H ? 1 

Irons. Ashael B 1 

Irons, Lester E 1 

Jackman, George W 1 

Jackman, Henry L 1 

Johnson. Daniel L 1 

Johnson. George H 

Jordan, Henry F 1 

Jordan, George H 1 

Jordan, George W 1 

Kettell. Robert E 1 

Kenney, Clarence , , 1 

Kenney, William B 1 

Kenney, Dwight 1 

Keenan. James F 1 

Kerr. Charles F 1 

Kerr, Frank .. 1 

^'■nsr, Alonzo 1 

King, Frank C 1 

King. George E 1 



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Kingsley, Clarence R. . . 

Knight, Henry A 

Knight, Charles E 

Knight, Noah 

Knight, James E 

Knight, William C 

Knight, Charles C 

Lambert, Joseph Nelson 

Lambert. Nelson 

Lambert, Nott G 

Law, Joseph 

Lawrence. Joseph 

Law ton, Thomas 

Lawton, Franklin E. 

Lawton, William 

Lapointe, Horace 

Laroche, Omer 

Latham, Robert 

La tour, Dolflce 

Lefargue, Jean 

LeValley, Fred 

Levallie, Samuel 

Leach, Joseph H 

Levin, Benjamin 

Levin, Julius 

Lillibridge, Henry W. . . 

Lockwo^d, Elmer 

Lux, Rudolph 

Lux, Joseph 

Luther, Edsrar H 

Luther, Alfred 

Limerick, Joserh 

Longton, Archie 

Lowell, Lerov 

Lowell, Charles B 

Lowell, L. U 

Lyman Charles 

Mattesc-n Joseph C. .... . 

Mathewson, Henry C. . . . 

Mathewson, Gilbert A. . . 

Mason, Jesse B 

Mariano, Antoine A 

Margh, Gu stave A 

Marshall William R. ... 

Martie, Mitchell J 

Millet, OMver T 

Millet, Will'am A 

Miller, Frank 

Mitchell, Rufus 

Moone, Harris 

Moan, James 

Moan, Oven 

McGuinness, Jeremiah .. 

Mowry, Angell T 

Mnwry, Harold C 

Moran, William J 

Murphy, George J 

Murphy, John F 

Nason, Charles H 

Nason, Jefferson 



Nason, John F 

Noble, George 

Northrup, Charles H. . 
McCauley, Charles G. B. 
McCauley, Thomas . . 

McGinn, John 

McGonagle, John F. . . 
McGonagle, William A. 

McGuire, George 

McGrath, John F 

McShane, Martin E, 
McShane, Christy . . . 

MoShane, John 

McShane, Michael . . . 
McDonald Alexander . . . 
McCommiskey, Daniel . 

Mitchell. Dennis 

Olney, Henry W 

Odell, John 

Ogden, James 

Olney, Fred E 

O'Rourke, Michael . . . 
O'Rourke, William J. .. 

Owen, George W 

Palmer, John H 

Parker, Charles 

Parker, Charles W. . . 
Parker, Charles W., Jr. 
Parker, Chauncey O. . . 

Paul, Thomas O 

Paul, Howard 

Paul, Thomas P 

Paul, Oderland 

Paine, Rhodes J 

Penery, Eugene 

Peco, Joseph 

Pearce, Walter C 

Pepper, William , 

Perkins, Charles A 

Peterson, Edward C. .. 
Phetteplace, Edward . . 

Phillips, Paul W 

Pierce, Gilbert N 

Pierce, Gilbert N., Jr. . 

Pierce, Lowell R 

Phillips, James I 

Phillips, Edwin I 

Place, Lncien 

Pkice, 'Mbert E 

Place, Walter F 

Potter, William A 

Potter, William H. . . 

Patter, Asahel S 

Porter, Joseph 

Poole, George H 

Price, Frank B 

Proal, Oscar C 

Pressey, William F. ... 

Randail, Byron W 

Ransom, Charles C. . . 



J. Will Carpenter & Son 

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Randall, Carl A 1 

Rathbun, Jesse 1 

Record, Fred 1 

Reed, Davis G 1 

Reed, Herbert E 1 

Remington, George T 1 

Reynolds Marshall T 1 

Rivers, John F 1 

Robinson, Arthur 1 

Robinson, Andrew J 1 

Robinson Herman 1 

Robinson, John A 1 

Robinson, William . . 1 

Roe, George A 1 

Rosse, Frank 1 

Rogers, James H 1 

Rockwell, Lucien 1 

Rockwell, Harry 1 

Rondeau, Louis 1 

Rondeau, Paul 1 

Rood, William 1 

Salisbury, Harley P 1 

Salisbury, Huber 1 

Salisbury, Frank 1 

Salisbury Walter E 1 

Scott, Thomas F 1 

Scott, Walter J. 1 

Seney, William 1 

Shaw, Walter 1 

Shaw, Frank 1 

Sherlock, James H., Jr 1 

Shippee, Byron P 1 

Shippee, George W 1 

Simmons, Harry F 1 

Shortsleve, Edward 1 

Sheldon, Jeremiah A 1 

Sherman, Charles W 1 

Simmons, .Harry F 1 

Simmons, Charles H 1 

Simmons, Ira D 1 

Smith, Andrew J 1 

Smith Henry 1 

Smith. Elmer B 1 

Smith, Charles E 1 

Smith, Irving S 1 

Smith, Harry 1 

Smith, Thomas 1 

Smith, Ernest L 1 

Smith, Herbert E 1 

Smith, John W 1 

We, the undersigned Assessors of Taxes of the Town of Scituate, R. I., .have 
this 15th day of July, A. D., 1915, assessed a tax of one dollar against the persons 
whose names appear in the foregoing list, pui^suant to law. 

1 PHILIP SHIPPER, 

2 EMANUEL HOPKINS, 

3 FRED A. REMINGTON, 

Assessors of Taxes. 

Filed with the Town Clerk of Scituate, R. I., July 31, 1915. 



Skinner, David 

.Sprague, Gilbert F. 

Sprague, William A 

Spencer, Clarence E 

Spencer, George 

Steere, Esek C 

St. Onge, Joseph 

St. Germain John 

Stone, Benjamin 

Stafford Charles A 

Sullivan, Daniel 

Sweet, Elias 

Taylor, Frank A 

Taylor, William B 

Thornton, Martin 

Thompson, George D., Jr 

Theroux, Gilbert N 

Tobin, Jerry L 

Tracy, John 

Tucker, Charles A., Jr 

Tucker, Raymond M 

Turner, John 

Tourtellot, Harrison A . . 

Tinkham, Fred D 

Warren, Charles J 

Warren, Augustus 

Walker, Grover C 

Waterman, Ira 

Waterman, Walter E. 

Webster, Alfred 

Welsh, John 

Whitman, Thomas W. . . 
Whitman, William H. 

Wilbur, Jared E 

Wilbur, Charles W 

Wilbur, Henry P. T. ... 

Williams, Frank A 

Williams, Daniel L 

Williams, Charles H 

Williams, Fred H 

Wilcox, Frank M 

Wilcox, Robert E 

Winward, Milton J 

Winward, William J 

Wood, George A 

Wylie, James 

Wylie, William C 

Yeaw, Tillinghast 

Yea'w, Harold W 



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TREASURER'S REPORT, 

Town of Scituate, June 1, 1915 



RECEIPTS 



Balance June 1, 1914 $705 84 

From Taxes, 1914 22,841 39 

From Taxes, 1913 2,051 87 

From Taxes, 1908-1912 , 3,127 37 

Interest 1,165 53 

Notes Payable 80,306,49 

Licenses, Liquor 1,800 00 

Dog 599 15 

Sundry 146 00 

Miscellaneous 4,497 96 

$117,241 60 
PAYMENTS 

Council Orders $14,514 92 

School Orders 11,817, 28 

Notes Payable 82,643 38 

Interest 4,197 88 

Miscellaneous 3,151 86 

$116,325 32 

Balance, cash on hand 916 28 

$117,241 60 
DETAIL OF RECEIPTS 

Taxes 1914 $22,761 39 

Poll Tax 80 00 $22,841 39 

Taxes 1913 1,958 87 

Poll Tax 93 00 2,051 87 

Taxes 1908 252 50 

Taxes 1909 434 50 

Taxes 1910 [ . 1>102 60 

Taxes 1911 714 75 

Taxes 1912 ....'.'." 573 02 

$28,020 63 

Interest 1,165 53 

Notes Payable ]'/, 80^306 49 

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Liquor Licenses 1,800 00 

Dog Licenses 599 15 

Sundry Licenses 146 00 

Miscellaneous Receipts 247 10 

Forest Fires, from State 213 97 

Town Asylum 467 15 

Schools, State Special 168 74 

State Wages 1,905 70 

State High Schools 820 00 

General Tuition 3 40 

High Tuition 127 80 

School Supplies 4 50 

Cemetery Fund 81 15 

Highways 18 45 

Error in C. O. No. 6771 20 00 

From C. A. Capwell, Former Treasurer 10 00 

Special Aid, 1913 410 00 



$116,535 76 
Balance on hand 705 84 



$117,241 60 
DETAIL OF PAYMENTS 

COUNCIL ORDERS:— ■! 

Asylum, 1912 $22153 

Asylum, 1913 423 82 

Asylum, 1914 1,713 35 

Audit, 1913-14 1,306 2] 

Bonds 84 00 

Dog Account, 1912 15 00 

Dog Account, 1913 123 85 

Dog Account, 1914 59 75 

Forest Fires, 1912 66 30 

Forest Fires, 1913 40 80 

Forest Fires, 1914 38174 

Highways, 1912 77110 

Highways, 1913 264 84 

Highways, 1914 3,536 52 

Lights, Hope Village, 1913 75 00 

Lights, Hope Village, 1914 271 68 

Miscellaneous, 1912 295 25 

Miscellaneous, 1913 227 63 

Miscellaneous, 1914 1,145 84 

Soldiers' Monument, 1913 135 24 

Taxes Abated, 1908 117 50 

Taxes Abated, 1909 125 50 

Taxes Abated, 1910 162 60 

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267 75 
269 07 

97 70 
125 00 
30171 
68160 
,197 04 

10 00 i 



Taxes Abated, 1911 

Taxes Abated, 1912 

Taxes Abated, 1913 

Taxes Abated, 1914 

Town Officers, 1912 

Town Officers, 1913 ; 

Town Officers, 1914 

Error in Council Order No. 5984 

MISCELLANEOUS ACCOUNT:— 

State, Liquor Licenses $450 00 

State, Sundry Licenses 15 00 

State, Sundry Licenses 13 50 

State Tax, 1914 2,340 39 

Cemetery Fund 49 15 

Check of J. A. Battey, Jr., Collector returned. 28178 

Protest Fees on above 2 04 

SCHOOL ORDERS:— 

High Schools, 1914 $972 00 

High Schools, State Apportionment, 1914 820 00 

Schools General, 1913 .. . 230 00 

Schools General, 1914 6,582 00 

State Teachers' "Wages Apportionment, 1914 . . 1,905 70 

Schools, Special Aid State Apportionment, 1913 81 75 

Schools, Special Aid State Apportionment, 1914 168 74 

School Repairs, 1913 51 98 

School Repairs, 1914 467 07 

School Supplies, 1913 47 67 

School Supplies, 1914 490 41 

Notes Payable 

Interest 



$3,151 86 



11,817 28 

82,643 38 
4,197 88 



$116,325 32 

RECEIPTS ITEMIZED 

INTEREST 

C. A. Capwell, Collector $145 

Willis J. Boss, Collector 78 42 

Industrial Trust Co., on balance May, 1914 1 86 

Industrial Trust Co., on balance June 337 

Industrial Trust Co., on balance July. 553 

Industrial Trust Co., on balance August 241 

Industrial Trust Co., on note anticipated 45 00 

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(ARTHUR W. CARPENTER) Embalmers 

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C. A. Capwell, Collector 13 28 

Industrial Trust Co., on note anticipated 9 50 

Daniel A. Clarke, 3rd, Collector, 1908 Tax 31 96 

Daniel A. Clarke, 3rd, Collector, 1909 Tax 19 60 

Daniel A. Clarke, 3rd, Collector, 1910 Tax 31 24 

Daniel A. Clarke, 3rd, Collector, 1911 Tax 16 38 

Edwin N. Hill, on mortgage, A. K. Barnes Fund 24 00 

Industrial Trust Co., on balance September 3 14 

Industrial Trust Co., on balance October 3 93 

C. A. Capwell, Collector 22 57 

Daniel A. Clarkq, 3rd, Collector, 1911 Tax 5 68 

Daniel A. Clarke, 3rd, Collector, 1910 Tax 7 13 

Industrial Trust Co., on balance November 6 68 

Industrial Trust Co., on balance December 8 15 

Daniel A. Clarke, 3rd, Collector, 1910 Tax 9 70 

Daniel A. Clarke, 3rd,, Collector, 1911 Tax 10 12 

John A. Battey, Jr., Collector, 1911 Tax 125 

Daniel A. Clarke, 3rd, Collector, 1908 Tax 4 00 

Industrial Trust Co., on balance January, 1915 7 54 

C. A. Capwell, Collector 3 94 

Industrial Trust Co., on balance Febuary 6 11 

C. A. Capwell, Collector 3 63 

Karl Raenber on mortgage, A. K. Barnes Fund 9 00 

Daniel A. Clarke, 3rd, Collector, 1908 Tax 1 50 

Daniel. A. Clarke, 3rd, Collector, 1909 Tax 126 

Daniel A. Clarke, 3rd, Collector, 1910 Tax 31 39 

Daniel A. Clarke,, 3rd, i Collector, 1911 Tax 28 44 

Daniel A. Clarke, 3rd, Collector, 1908 Tax: 25 66 

Daniel A. Clarke, 3rd, Colleotor, 1909 Tax 2158 

Daniel A. Clarke, 3rd, Collector, 1910 Tax 17 67 

Daniel A. Clarke, 3rd, Collector, 1911 Tax 48 99 

Industrial Trust Co., on balance March 3 17 

Edwin N. Hill, on mortgage, A. K. Barnes Fund 24 00 

Willis J. Boss, Collector, 1913 Tax 88 82 

Daniel Howland, Town Treasurer, A. K. Barnes Fund 117 73 

Industrial Trust Co., on balance April 2 25 

C. A. Capwell, Collector 14 11 

Daniel A. Clarke, 3rd, Collector, 1909 Tax 167 79 

Daniel A. Clarke, 3rd, Collector, 1910 Tax 18 30 

Daniel A. Clarke, 3rd, Collector, 1911 Tax 6165 

Willis J. Boss, Collector, 1913 Tax 64 25 

C. A. Capwell, Collector, 1912 Tax 10 46 

Daniel A. Clarke, 3rd, Collector, 1908 Tax 9 01 

Willis J. Boss, Collector, 1914 Tax 10 68 

$1,165 53 
LIQUOR LICENSES 

Joseph Brochu $300 00 

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John D. Whipple 300 00 

William F. Wall 300 00 

Alfred H. Williams 300 00 

James H. Smith 300 00 

Albert A. Basset 300 00 

$1,800 00 
SUNDRY LICENSES 

Dance license $1 00 

Riley Brothers, Pool license 10 00 

Fire works 2 00 

Fire works 2 00 

Dance 1 00 

Dance 4 00 

Fire works 2 00 

Dance 1 00 

O. R. Blackmar, Pool 10 00 

James H. Smith, Tavern 10 00 

Dance 1 00 

Moving Picture 3 00 

Albert Basset, Tavern 10 00 

Dance 1 00 

Moving Picture 3 00 

Dance 1 00 

Moving Picture 2 00 

Dance 1 00 

Moving Picture 2 00 

Dance 2 00 

Picture 100 

Junk 5 00 

Show 1 00 

Tavern 60 00 

Dance 2 00 

Dance 3 00 

Junk 5 00 

$146 00 
MISCELLANEOUS RECEIPTS 

E. L. Wells, rent $6 00 

^ T "l ;cn E. Barden, duty on auction sales 10 

Providence Telephone Co., Franchise Tax 16 69 

Ta:nes M. Ford, absence from 3 Council Meetings 6 00 

Providence Telephone Co., Franchise Tax 16 71 

F. L. Wells, rent 6 00 

Wm. F. Angell, refund of interest paid twice 61 50 

Providence Telephone Co., Franchise Tax 17 10 

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Hope Company, share of lighting in Hope 100 00 

Providence Telephone Co., Franchise Tax 14 96 

John A. Battey, Jr., protest fee on check 2 04 

$247 10 
TOWN ASYLUM 

John H. Davis, sale of milk $76 05 

Karl Raenber, interest A. K. Barnes fund 9 00 

Pension, Frances A. Franklin 36 00 

H. H. Luther, Supt., receipts , 48 12 

H. H. Luther, Supt., receipts from Asylum 154 07 

Pension, Frances A. Franklin 36 00 

Pension, Frances A. Franklin 36 00 

Rev. George Barnard, contribution 25 

H. H. Luther, Supt., receipts from Asylum 7166 

$467 15 
GENERAL TUITION 

George W. Cole, Chairman, sale of books $ 60 

A. W. Burgess, Supt., Tuition, E. S. Hallock 2 80 

$3 40 
HIGH SCHOOL TUITION 

Harry W. Smith $22 00 

C. E. Salisbury 3 00 

Harry W. Smith 44 00 

George W. Cole, Chairman 2 80 

C. E. Salisbury 9 00 

George W. Cole, Chairman 3 00 

Harry W. Smith 22 00 

Harry W. Smith 22 00 

# 

$127 80 
CEMETERY FUNDS 

Industrial Trust Co., Interest on Atwood Fund $6 00 

Industrial Trust Co., Interest on Peckham Fund 6 00 

Industrial Trust Co., Interest on Barden Fund 3 00 

Industrial Trust Co., Interest on Johnson Fund 8 00 

Industrial Trust Co., Interest on Barden Fund 3 50 

Citizens Savings Bank, Interest on Smith Fund 8 00 

Industrial Trust Co., Interest on Aldrich Fund 10 65 

Industrial Trust Co., Interest on Bennett Fund 4 00 

Citizens Savings Bank, Interest on Smith Fund 8 00 

Industrial Trust Co., Interest on Elmira Peckham Fund 12 00 

Industrial Trust Co., Atwood Kimball Aldrich Fund 12 00 



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HIGHWAYS 

George H. Howard, sale of plank $15 75 

George H. Howard, sale of dirt 2 70 

$18 45 
ASYLUM, 1912 

Dr. W. H. Bowen, Jr., endorsed to Byron J. Hall $10 00 

Dr. W. H. Bowen, Jr., endorsed to Byron J. Hall 5 00 

Walter E. Comstock 59 29 

John H. Comstock 9 33 

Dr. W. H. Bowen, Jr., endorsed to Byron J. Hall 2 00 

Nelson D. Alverson 12 20 

Nelson D. Alverson 3 00 

John Round 3 41 

Dr. W. H. Bowen, Jr., endorsed to Harry H. Luther 4 00 

Dr. W. H. Bowen, Jr., endorsed to Harry H. Luther 2 00 

Dr. W. H. Bowen, Jr., endorsed to Harry H. Luther 5 00 

Dr. W. H. Bowen, Jr., endorsed to Harry H. Luther 4 00 

F. H. Jacques : 3 25 

Win. A. Potter 3 00 

Varnum Steere 3 00 

E. L. Hawks 3 00 

Walter E. Comstock, endorsed to Aldrich-Eldredge 44 68 

John H. Comstock 2 51 

John H. Comstock 29 86 

Dr. W. H. Bowen, Jr., endorsed to Byron J. Hall 11 00 

Dr. W. H. Bowen, Jr., endorsed to Byron J. Hall 2 00 

$221 53 
ASYLUM, 1913 

John A. Round $56 88 

Varnum Steere 15 00 

Providence Telephone Co 2 00 

Rockland Store 67 02 

O. C. Proal 40 00 

John A. Round 36 42 

O. C. Proal 40 00 

George W. Cole 3 00 

Providence Telephone Co 6 15 

Rockland Store 61 10 

E. H. McCurdy, M. D 8 75 

John H. Davis 10 00 

John H. Davis 8 50 

John H. Davis 1 75 

E. H. McCurdy, M. D 22 25 

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Herbert A. Page 5 00 

O. C. Proal 40 00 



$423 82 

Balance on hand June 1, 1914 297 50 

Appropriation overdrawn $126 32 

ASYLUM, 1914 

Appropriation $1,800 00 

A. K. Barnes Fund, interest 183 73 

Pension, Frances A. Franklin 108 00 

Superintendent of Asylum, receipts 349 90 

Contribution 25 

2441 88 

Rockland Store $57 49 

Providence Telephone Co 2 90 

John A. Round 66 97 

E. H. McCurdy, M. D 4 50 

Providence Telephone Co 2 50 

Rockland Store 62 .04 

John A. Round 30 52 

O. C. Proal 40 00 

H. W. Seamans 8 20 

H. W. Seamans 2 13 

Providence Telephone Co ; 2 40 

Rockland Store 85 99 

John A. Round 42 59 

Providence Telephone Co 3 75 

John A. Round 21 77 

Rockland Store 59 80 

O. C. Proal 80 00 

Henry W. Seamans : 11 57 

O. C. Proal 40 00 

Rockland Store 78 24 

H. W. Smith 8 00 

Providence Telephone Co 3 30 

John A. Round . 29 04 

Providence Telephone Co 3 05 

Rockland Store 89 00 

GAL THREE— 8-Pt— SIBLEY 

John A. Round 38 82 

Oscar C. Proal 40 00 

Providence Telephone Co 2 10 

Varnum Steere 24 00 

Varnum Steere 20 00 

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Varnum Steere 5 00 

Oscar C. Proal 40 00 

John A. Round 19 51 

Rockland Store 67 78 

Providence Telephone Co 2 80 

Oscar C. Proal 40 00 

Rockland Store 53 76 

John A. Round 5 59 

Henry W. Seamans 17 41 

John A. Round 8 61 

Rockland Store 39 79 

Oscar C. Proal 40 00 

Providence Telephone Co 1 80 

O. C. Proal 40 00 

Providence Telephone Co t 2 90 

Rockland Store 58 79 

John A. Round 16 95 

Harry W. Smith, M. D 11 00 

Rockland Store 2 68 

Harry W. Smith, M. D 14 00 

Andrew & Knight 17 02 

Providence Telephone Co 3 05 

Rockland Store 98 1C 

John A. Round 20 37 

Board of State Charities and Corrections 21 86 

Robert Rhodes 3 00 

William L. Round 3 00 

Providence Telephone Co 2 70 

O. C. Proal 40 00 

O. C. Proal 40 00 

George W. Cole 3 o, 

Henry W. Seamans 12 21 

Total payments $1,713 35 

Unpaid Council Orders on hand June 1, 1915 152 32 

Total Council Orders drawn $1,865 67 $1,865 67 

Balance of Appropriation $576 21 

AUDIT, 1913 

Appropriation — "As much as may be necessary" 

American Audit Co <j;g5g 21 

American Audit Co 450 00 

Total payments $130 6 21 



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BONDS, 1914 

Appropriation $84 00 

American Surety Co., Town Clerk's Bond $4 00 

American Surety Co., Town Treasurer's Bond 40 00 

American Surety Co., Tax Collector's Bond 40 00 

Total payments $84 00 $84 00 

DOG ACCOUNT, 1912 
Balance — none received 

Lester A. Round $15 00 

Estate of Henry H. Potter $5 15 

Total payments 15 00 $15 00 

Account overdrawn $9 85 

DOG ACCOUNT, 1913 

Balance on hand, June 1, 1914 $413 20 

D. H. Remington, Town Clerk 12 00 

Allie J. King $85 00 

A. W. Burgess 6 75 

Elmer L. Salisbury 4 40 

Alfred I. Bennett 17 70 

Earle B. Arnold 10 00 

$123 85 $123 85 

Transferred to School Account . . .; $301 35 

DOG ACCOUNT, 1914 

D. H. Remington, licenses $9 00 

D. H. Remington, licenses 14 00 

D. H. Remington, licenses 6 00 

D. H. Remington, licenses 80 00 

D. H. Remington, licenses 400 00 

D. H. Remington, licenses 73 00 

William M. Harris , $2175 

Earle B. Arnold 38 00 

Total Receipts $582 00 

Total Payments 59 75 $59 75 

Balance on hand, June 1, 1915 $522 25 

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HIGHWAYS, 1912 

F. A. Gardiner $10 50 

W. F. Angell 13 00 

George K. Whitmand 23 75 

George K. Whitmand 76 55 

George O. Rathbun 20 21 

George O. Rathbun 70 65 

W. F. Angell, received for tax 200 94 

John A. Battey 235 95 

George O. Rathbun 41 60 

George O. Rathbun 77 95 

$771 10 
HIGHWAYS, 1913 

Balance forward, June 1, 1914 $663 42 

E. F. Page 27 00 

E. F. Page 175 75 

George H. Howard 39 50 

James E. Capron 2 09 

George S. Capron 5 00 

Everett B. Dexter 9 50 

W. P. Mather 6 00 

264 84 $264 84 

Balance on hand June 1, 1915 $398 58 

HIGHWAYS. 1914 

Appropriation $4,000 00 

George H. Howard, sale of plank 15 75 

George H. Howard, sale of dirt 2 70 

Edward F. Page $85 50 

George H. Howard 57 20 

Alfred I. Hopkins 35 25 

Edward F. Page 58 00 

Edward F. Page 116 51 

Edward F. Page 34 00 

W. C. Langford 44 40 

W. C. Langford 123 

W. C. Langford 313 42 

Edward F. Page 83 50 

Edward F. Page 126 25 

George H. Howard 189 05 

George H. Howard 108 09 

James A. Potter Co 275 44 

James M. Ford 57 00 

Lumber i^Ufwc'e. L. Sweet & Go. 

709 Harris Avenue, Providence* R. I. 



INDIVIDUALS, FIRMS and CORPORATIONS are invited to 

open accounts with the 

OLNEYVIIXLE BRANCH ©2 Iflic UNION TSUST COMPANY. 



55 



Jason W. Howard 

W. H. Bowen 

Edward F. Page 

James M. Ford 

Edward F. Page 

W. C. Langford 

George H. Howard 

W. C. Langford 

New England Road Machinery Co 

Wm. J. Tyler 

George H. Howard 

W. P. Mather 

Everett B. Dexter 

Edward F. Page 

Louis G. Hohler 

Marshall D. Hopkins 

W. C. Langford 

W. C. Langford 

Edward F. Page 

George H. Howard 

Edward F. Page 

James E. Capron 

William R. Page 

Louis G. Hohler 

Jason W. Howard 

W. C. Langford 

Louis G. Hohler 

Jason W. Howard 

W. C. Langford 

Edward F. Page 

W. C. Langford 

George H. Howard 

Edward F. Page 

Marshall D. Hopkins 

Louis G. Hohler 

Martin S. Smith 

Total payments 

Council Orders on hand June 1, 1915 unpaid 

Total drawn against appropriation 3,974 09 $3,974 09 



153 70 


42 00 


23 50 


9 00 


25 00 


126 54 


60 61 


63 99 


8 00 


180 


365 00 


43 00 


12 00 


56 00 


2615 


99 70 


10 15 


136 36 


58 75 


10100 


100 75 


25 75 


35 00 


3 00 


1110 


77 75 


4 80 


4 20 


37 20 


53 50 


55 43 


2160 


6100 


2 70 


24 90 


10 65 


$3,536 52 


437 57 



Balance on hand June 1, 1915 $44 36 

LIGHTS. HOPE, 1913 

Narragansett Electric Lighting Co $25 00 

Narragansett Electric Lighting Co 25 00 

SraHJJOE FRAMES - Lo SWEET I CO. 

709 HARRIS AVENUE, PROVIDENCE, R. I. 



Transact your banking business with the 
Olney ville Branch of the Union Trust Co. 



56 

Narragansett Electric Lighting Co 25 00 

$75 00 

June 1, 1914, balance on hand $75 00 

Payments 75 00 

Balance, June 1, 1915 00 00 

LIGHTS, HOPE, 1914 

Appropriation — (1-3 paid by Hope Company) $300 00 

Narragansett Electric Lighting Co $25 00 

Narragansett Electric Lighting Co . . 25 00 

Narragansett Electric Lighting Co 25 00 

Narragansett Electric Lighting Co 25 00 

Narragansett Electric Lighting Co 25 00 

Narragansett Electric Lighting Co 25 00 

Narragansett Electric Lighting Co 25 00 

Narragansett Electric Lighting Co 25 00 

Narragansett Electric Lighting Co 25 00 

Narragansett Electric Lighting Co 21 68 

Narragansett Electric Lighting Co 25 00 

Total payments $271 68 

Unpaid Council Orders on hand June 1, 1915 

271 68 

Balance, June 1, 1915 $28 32 

MISCELLANEOUS, 1912 

B. F. Blackington $75 00 

E. L. Young 3 70 

E. L. Young 6 00 

E. L. Young 2 00 

E. L. Young 7 60 

E. L. Young 14 00 

E. L. Young 6 25 

E. L. Young 2 75 

E. L. Young 8 00 

E. F. Sibley 1 50 

E. F. Sibley 35 85 

W. F. Angell 5 50 

Nathan Colvin 55 30 

Alfred I. Bennett 2 00 

Charles A. Brayton 1 00 

Charles A. Brayton 6 80 

J. M. Bodwell, M. D 1 50 

Barnard Arnold, M. D 1 25 

WTT T^ IV You tnink °* Getting Medicine 



T. R. PARKER'S DRUG Store, "notion hartford ave. 



THINK OF 

mON HART 

AND PLAINFIELD STREET 



INDIVIDUALS, FIRMS and CORPORATIONS are invited to 

open accounts with the 

OLNEYVILLLE BRANCH of the UNION TRUST COMPANY. 



57 

E. H. McCurdy, M. D 1 00 

Herman C. Pitts, M. D 25 

F. W. Bean, M. D 25 

Varnum Steere 6 25 

Byron Read 2 50 

A. F. Wood 25 

J. B. Nothier & Son 25 

L. W. Patterson 4 50 

James L. Gough 75 

McMurrough & Todd 25 

George P. Lyon 25 

Thomas Robert 50 

John H. Walsh 25 

J. Will Carpenter & Son 1 00 

Horace B. Knowles 25 

Dr. W. H. Bowen, Jr., endorsed to Byron J. Hall 50 

F. E. Remington 25 

Maurice Lynch 25 

Thomas Monahan 25 

Charles E. Barber 25 

Gilbert B. Cutler 1 00 

Fenner Jacques 2 00 

J. H. Champagne 50 

Rev. F. J. Dark 125 

Rev. George Barnard 25 

Rev. J. T. Mehan 50 

Rev. Daniel V. Corey 50 

Rev. Frank J. Follansbee 50 

Rev. Maurice Stadneid 25 

Pawtuxet Valley Daily Times 32 25 

Rev. J. H. Champagne 25 

Total payments $295 25 

FOREST FIRES 

George O. Rathbun $9 65 

Frank F. Brown 15 50 

George O. Rathbun 14 60 

George O. Rathbun 15 65 

George O. Rathbun 10 90 

$66 30 66 30 



Total payments $361 55 

MISCELLANEOUS, 1913 
Balance, June 1, 1914 $183 76 

National Exchange Bank ZstISVK 

63 Westminster St., Providence IN RHODE ISLAND 



INDIVIDUALS, FIRMS and CORPORATIONS are invited to 

open accounts with the 

OLNEYVILLLE BRANCH of the UNION TRUST COMPANY. 

58 



McGregor Post, G. A. R $10 00 

E. F. Page 13 28 

Providence Tribune 2 24 

Providence Telephone Co 4 54 

J. Will Carpenter & Son 75 

Charles F. Barber Co 25 

L. W. Patterson 2 75 

Gilbert & Drabble 25 

James Gough 50 

II. B. Knowles 25 

Frank Kilgore 25 

Charles W. Toye 50 

T. T. Berry & Sons 25 

Alexander Gilbert & Son 25 

J. R. Fuller 25 

D. F. McCarthy & Son 25 

A. F. Wood 50 

T. F. Monahan 25 

Thomas Quinn 25 

F. M. Whipple 25 

Rev. Gilbert B. Cutler 2 50 

Rev. Fenner Jacques 2 50 

Rev. Charles Parker 50 

Rev. Walter B. Greene 25 

Rev. J. H. Champagne 1 25 

Rev. Edwin S. Straight 25 

Rev. Frank J. Follensbee 50 

Dr. Harry W. Smith 5 50 

E. H. McCurdy, M. D 2 50 

Barnard Arnold, M. D 50 

E. F. Shaffer 25 

E. F. Sibley 9 25 

E. L. Freeman 41 50 

Varnum Steere 35 00 

E. H. McCurdy, M. D 2 00 

Providence Tribune Co 3 78 

Akerman Co 10 50 

Providence Telephone Co 4 54 

D. H. Remington 35 75 

A lfred I. Bennett 2 00 

E. F. Sibley 27 00 

Dr. W. H. Bowen, Jr 2 00 

$227 63 

FOREST FIRES 

E. A. Salisbury $6 00 

Herbert A. Page 15 90 



J. Will Carpenter & Son 



Funeral Directors and 

Embalm ers 
(ARTHUR W. CARPENTER.) 85 Plainfield St., Providence, R. I. 

Telephone West 33. Night Call Attendance. AUTO FOR OUT OF TOWN CALLS 



Transact your banking business with the 
Olney ville Branch o! the Union Trust Co. 



59 

Varnum Steere 18 90 

Total payments 268 43 $268 43 

Overdrawn 84 67 

MISCELLANEOUS, 1914 

Appropriation $1,500 00 

Miscellaneous receipts 247 10 

Providence Telephone Co $4 65 

E. F. Sibley 18 50 

John A. Battey, Jr 11 68 

Varnum Steere 20 00 

D. H. Remington 11 45 

E. P. Sibley 12 00 

Emery Record Preserving Co 27 00 

Emery Record Preserving Co 33 00 

Providence Telephone Co 4 54 

E. L. Freeman Co 12 55 

D. Howland, Town Treasurer 21 62 

E. F. Sibley 6 00 

Fred A. Bowers 5 00 

Providence Telephone Co 4 54 

Wm. F. Goodwin 17 10 

American Surety Co 20 00 

Wm. F. Goodwin 5 10 

Joslin Mfg. Co 24 00 

E. F. Sibley 58 00 

Providence Telephone Co 4 54 

D. H. Remington 130 00 

D. H. Remington 10 29 

Dr. Harry W. Smith 2 00 

E. F. Sibley & Co 168 00 

Elmer L. Salisbury 1 00 

E. F. Sibley 5 25 

E. F. Sibley 16 00 

E. F. Sibley 34 00 

Fred A. Bowers 5 00 

Providence Telephone Co 9 08 

Alfred I. Bennett 2 00 

Joslin Mfg. Co 6 00 

E. F. Sibley 17 50 

E. L. Freeman Co 15 70 

Benoni W. Brown 1 64 

D. H. Remington 1 20 

J. F. Gough and M. Finnerty 50 00 

Daniel Howland 10 62 

Providence Telephone Co 4 64 

NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK jHS'S: 

63 WESTMINSTER ST., PROV., R. I. None belter than this. 



We pay 4% interest on Savings Deposits 

OLNEYVILLE BRANCH 
OF THE UNION TRUST COMPANY. 

60 



Wm. F. Angell 11 00 

D. H. Remington 18 75 

Fred A. Bowers 5 00 

Providence Telephone Co 4 54 

Wm. F. Angell 11 00 

Providence Tribune Co 7 98 

Providence Tribune Co 3 36 

Providence Telephone Co 4 55 

Charles A. Tucker 30 00 

Varnum Steere 5 50 

L. W. Patterson 2 75 

Byron Read 125 

J. L. Gough 50 

Herbert A. Fenner 25 

Thomas Robert 1 00 

J. Will Carpenter & Son 1 00 

A. B. Whipple 25 

C. O. Chace 25 

Henry S. Phillips 25 

C. E. Barber 25 

Rev. Gilbert B. Cutler 3 00 

Rev. Charles Parker 125 

Rev. Levi B. Edwards 25 

Rev. Daniel Corey 25 

Rev. Fenner Jacques 50 

Rev. Gideon Burgess 25 

Rev. J. H. Champagne 25 

Rev. A. Hart 25 

Dr. H. W. Smith 6 00 

Dr. E. H. McCurdy 2 25 

Dr. J. M. Bodwell 1 00 

Dr. Wm. H. Bowen, Jr 3 25 

Dr. A. J. Berard 25 

Dr. C. E. C. Arnold 50 

Dr. F. W. Bean 25 

Dr. Barnard Arnold 50 

Dr. M. J. Legris 50 

Dr. W. E. Page 1 50 

F. E. Croghan 25 

Providence Telephone Co 4 54 

E. A. Salisbury 1 50 

H. W. Smith, M. D 2 00 

E. L. Freeman Co 19 60 

D. H. Remington 2 15 

D. H. Remington 40 00 

Wm. F. Goodwin 2 10 

Providence Telephone Co 4 41 

J. C. Nichols Post, G. A. R 50 00 

List Your Farms ~ ith ^^^¥ a 

E. O. CARD, 107 Westminster Street, Providence 



"V77E pay Interest on Accounts subject to check and issue Demand 
** Certificates of Deposit at special rates. 

OLNEYVILLE BRANCH of the UNION TRUST COMPANY. 



61 



McGregor Post, G. A. R 10 00 

Fred A. Bowers 5 00 

Byron Read 35 00 

E. F. Sibley 1125 

William F. Angell 11 00 

Providence Telephone Co 4 42 

Total payments $1,145 84 

FOREST FIRES 

Edgar I. Cole 6 64 

George W. Fink 32 94 

E. A. Salisbury 22 80 

John A. Battey, Jr 34 50 

E. I. Cole 11 60 

Varnum Steere 28 30 

Herbert A. Page 10 50 

George W. Fink 1 80 

John A. Battey, Jr 1 80 

E. A. Salisbury 16 80 

E. A. Salisbury 37 82 

James E. Capron 26 70 

Fred D. Arndt 37 50 

Willie C. Edson 18 60 

Herbert A. Page 22 28 

George H. Howard 71 16 



Total payments $1,527 58 

State Auditor, V 2 expense of forest fires 213 97 

Council Orders unpaid June 1, 1915 169 25 

$1,961 07 $1,696 83 
1,696 83 

Balance on hand, June 1 $264 24 

SOLDIERS' MONUMENT, 1913 

Balance on hand, June 1, 1914 $192 68 

John W. Bowen & Son 27 00 

William F. Angell 25 23 

C. Mathewson 18 38 

Smith Brothers 26 08 

Seneca Kettell 38 55 

135 24 $135 24 

Balance on hand June 1, 1915 $57 44 

Go to H. G. Nott & Go. for Your Shoes 

OLNEYVILLE SQUARE 



We pay 4% interest on Savings Deposits 

OLNEYVILLE BRANCH 
OF THE UNION TRUST COMPANY. 

62 



TAXES ABATED, 1908 

Daniel A. Clarke, 3rd, Collector 

Daniel A. Clarke, 3rd, Collector 



TAXES ABATED, 1909 

Daniel A. Clarke, 3rd, Collector 

Daniel A. Clarke, 3rd, Collector 



TAXES ABATED, 1910 



Daniel A. Clarke, 3rd, Collector 
Daniel A. Clarke, 3rd, Collector 



TAXES ABATED, 1911 



Daniel A. Clarke, 3rd, Collector 
Daniel A. Clarke, 3rd, Collector 



TAXES ABATED, 1912 



Charles A. Capwell, Collector 
Charles A. Capwell, Collector 



TAXES ABATED, 1913 



Ashland Company 

Eastern Coal Co 

Wm. W. Bennett 

Robert Rhodes and wife 

Ethel S. Hanscom 

Stella L. Angell heirs 

F. A. and B. W. Page 

Annie Steere 

Olive G. Weeden 

Willis J. Boss, Tax Collector 



TAXES ABATED, 1914 
Willis J. Boss, Collector 



J. Will Carpenter & Son Funeral Directors and 

(ARTHUR W. CARPENTER) Embalmers 

85 Plainfield Street, Providence, R. I. 

Telephone West 33. Night CallAttendance. AUTO FOR OUT OF TOWN CALLS 



INDIVIDUALS, FIRMS and CORPORATIONS are invited to 

open accounts with the 

OLNEYVILLLE BRANCH of the UNION TRUST COMPANY. 

63 



TOWN OFFICERS, 1912 

Charles H. Mathewson 

Ashton Slater 

Ashton Slater 

Welcome G. Colvin 

Ashton Slater 

Willis J. Boss 

Willie C. Edson 

Oliver H. Arnold 

Coomer S. Ford 

Charles Austin 

Charles H. Mathewson 

Frank Spencer 

Charles A. Brayton 

Frank W. Howard 

Edward Keenan 

Nelson D. Alverson 

Alexander Chappell 

Jeremiah Brown 

Herbert A. Page 

Byron J. Hall 

Leonard R. Field 

William A. Randall 

Arthur W. Lowell, endorsed to Wm. A. Randall . . . 

Nathan Colvin 

Ashton Slater 

George K. Whitman 

Julius E. Thielson 

Willis J. Boss 

Willie C. Edson 

William L. Ballou 

Coomer S. Ford 

Charles H. Mathewson 

Charles Austin 

Frank Spencer 

Charles A. Brayton 

Frank W. Howard 

George W. Fink 

Thomas F. Scott 

Michael O'Rourke 

Alexander Chappell ". 

Jeremiah Brown 

Everett S. Mathewson 

George E. Gross 

Frank B. Nason 

Alfred I. Bennett 

Leonard R. Field 



$3 00 


10 00 


10 00 


37 50 


8 81 


9 00 


3 00 


3 00 


3 00 


3 00 


3 00 


3 00 


3 00 


3 00 


3 00 


3 00 


3 00 


3 00 


3 00 


3 00 


3 00 


3 00 


3 00 


47 90 


9 50 


24 00 


32 00 


6 00 


3 00 


3 00 


3 00 


3 00 


3 00 


3 00 


3 00 


3 00 


3 00 


3 00 


3 00 


3 00 


3 00 


3 00 


3 00 


3 00 


2 00 


3 00 



$30171 



LIST YOUR FARMS wlT \l s AJ >™?^T™T SRS E. 0. CARD 

107 Westminster Street, Providence, R. I. 



We pay <4"°/ interest on Savings Deposits 

OLNEYVILLE BRANCH 
OF THE UNION TRUST'COMPANY. 



64 



TOWN OFFICERS, 1913 

Balance forward, June 1, 1914 $2,334 15 

D. H. Remington $125 00 

Herbert A. Page 77 10 

Charles K. Clarke 40 uu 

Thomas Curran 40 00 

Louis G. Hohler 40 00 

Harry H. Luther 40 00 

Robert Rhodes 40 00 

James M. Ford 40 00 

Merle B. Young 40 00 

Willis J. Boss 3 00 

Frank Spencer 3 00 

Harry B. Hayden 4 00 

Fred A. Bowers 5 00 

Charles A. Brayton 5 00 

Alfred H. Burchard 4 00 

William L. Ballou 3 00 

Clifford A. Walker 3 00 

William A. Randall 3 00 

Coomer S. Ford 3 00 

Michael O'Rourke . . . 3 00 

Edward Keenan 3 00 

George Spencer 3 00 

James Wylie 3 00 

Henry M. Schmidt 3 00 

Ezra R. Knight 3 00 

Warren J. Comstock 3 00 

R. H. Harmon 3 00 

George H. Hull 3 00 

Willie C. Edson 3 00 

Alexander Chappell 3 00 

Charles B. Snell 3 00 

Thomas Harvey 3 00 

Leverett Walker 3 00 

Robert Rhodes 3 0' ! 

W. L. Round 3 00 

John H. Riley 12 50 

Daniel Howland, Town Treasurer 100 00 

William A. Randall 3 0' 

681 60 $681 60 

Balance unexpended $1,652 55 

TOWN OFFICERS, 1914 
Appropriation $3,250 00 

Flooring LO w E st pr D ,c ES L. Sweet & Co. 

709 Harris Avenue, Providence, R. I. 



ORGANIZED 1872 



Smithfield Savings Bank 

GREENVILLE, R. I. 

TELEPHONE, io5-W CtNTERDALE EXCHANGE 



OFFICERS 

A. B. WHIPPLE, President IN. S. WIiNSOR, Treasurer 

H. S. TURNER, Vice President M. W. MOWRY, Secretary 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



ANDREW B. WHIPPLE HENRY S. TURNER 

NICHOLAS S WINSOR MARSHALL W. MOWRY 

SEEPHEN H. BROWN DANIEL A. CLARKE, Jr. 

FRANKLIN S. COLWELL CHESTER E. WALCOTT 

ALMOND E. BOSWORTH JuHN A. PEARSON 

A. ALBERTUS CHASE 



Deposits commence to draw interest the first of the month. Rate 4% per 
annum. Deposits made on or before the I 5 th of month draw interest from the 
first. Dividends payable May l 6th and November l 6th. 



OFFICE HOURS: 9 A.M. TO 3 P.M. 



We want your name upon our books— come in -start a savings account — 
be one of the good people who save money and start on the road to prosperity. 



The W. E. BARRETT Co. 

Canal and Waterman Sis, , Providence, R. I. 



Farm, Vegetable & Flower Seeds 

THAT WILIj GROW 



Up-To-Date Farming Tools 
Fertilizers and Poultry Supplies 

Spray Pumps, Hand & Power 



H. C. POHfcE & CO. 

DEALERS IN 

GROCERIES, MEATS AND POULTRY 

ALL KINDS OF FRUIT AND GARDEN TRUCK 
6 and 12 Plainfield Street 

RELIANCE ROOFING 

GUARANTEED FCR TEN YEARS WITHOUT PAINT 
OR ATTENTION 

Sal-Mo Shingles guaranteed 12 Years without 
paint or attention. "The Roof Beautiful." 

The best is the cheapest in the long run 
SEND FOR SAMPLES. 

R. L. GREENE PAPER COMPANY, 

67 and 69 Washington Street 

PROVIDENCE, R. I. 



\Y7E pay Inieiest en Accounts subject to check and issue Demand 
Certificates of Deposit at special rates. 

OLNEYVILLE BRANCH of the UNION TRUST COMPANY. 

65 



Willis J. Boss $3 00 

Everett L. Wells. Sealer 15 00 

Thomas D. Hopkins 3 00 

Allen Bishop 25 00 

Herbert A. Page 21 40 

John H. Riley 1 50 

Fred A. Remington 50 00 

Philip Shippee 50 00 

Benjamin Wilbur 50 00 

Daniel Howland 100 00 

Daniel H. Remington 125 00 

Harry E. Fiske 3 32 

John H. Riley 12 50 

John H. Riley 1 50 

Willis J. Boss 4 00 

Edward Friar 3 00 

Wilson E. Barden 5 00 

Fred A. Bowers 6 00 

Charles A. Brayton 8 40 

Orrison Cole 6 80 

Willie C. Edson 3 00 

Oliver H. Arnold 3 00 

Coomer S. Ford 3 00 

Ernest D. Edwards 3 00 

James F. Keenan 3 00 

Michael O'Rourke 3 00 

James Wylie 3 00 

Edward Keenan 3 00 

R. H. Harmon 3 00 

Leroy A. Salisbury '. . . 3 00 

Henry M. Schmidt 3 00 

Frank B. Nason 3 00 

C. H. Mathewson 3 00 

George Hall 3 00 

Charles B. Snell 3 00 

Alexander Chappell 3 00 

Joseph B. Round 3 00 

Thomas Harvey 3 00 

Herbert A. Page 33 80 

Daniel Howland 100 00 

John H. Riley 12 50 

Daniel H. Remington 125 00 

Allen Bishop 29 50 

Dr. H. W. Smith 2 00 

John H. Riley 9 00 

Herbert A. Page 32 00 

Dr. Barnard Arnold 26 50 

NBTIOOBI tXCflBflff© P^IIK and STRONGEST BANKS 
63 Westminster St., Providence IN RHODE ISLAND 



Transact your banking business with the 
Olney ville Brancti of the Union Trust Co, 



66 



Daniel Howland 100 00 

John H. Riley 12 50 

Daniel H. Remington 125 00 

Herbert A. Page 37 82 

Willis J. Boss 3 00 

Total payments $1,197 04 

Unpaid Council Orders, June 1, 1915 317 05 

Bills chargeable to appropriation 657 50 

2,171 59 $2,171 59 

Unexpended balance $1,078 41 

CEMETERY FUNDS 

Mrs. Gilbert Brown $12 00 

Eliza A. Barden 3 00 

Andrew P. Phillips 4 00 

E. I. Cole 3 50 

A. L. Wood 4 00 

Marshall D. Hopkins 4 65 

Gilbert W. Adams 2 00 

A. L. Wood 6 00 

A. L. Wood 6 00 

A. L. W T ood 4 00 

$49 15 

Receipts, interest on deposits $81 15 

Total payments » 49 15 

Balance to town $32 00 

SCHOOL ORDERS 

HIGH SCHOOLS, 1914 

Appropriation , $1,000 00 

Receipts from tuition 127 80 

$1,127 80 

Pentecostal Collegiate Institute $216 00 

City of Providence 115 00 

Town of Killingly 45 00 

City of Providence 137 00 

Pentecostal Collegiate Institute 262 00 

City of Providence 107 00 

Town of West Warwick 90 00 



972 00 $972 00 



NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK 



Established 1 80 I 
If you think of chang- 
ing your bank, there is 

63 WESTMINSTER ST., PROV., R. I. None better than this. 



We pay 4% interest on Savings Deposits 

OLNEYVILLE BRANCH 
OF THE UNION TRUST COMPANY. 

67 



Balance, June 1, 1915 $155 80 

Unpaid orders, June 1, 1915 115 00 

Balance of Appropriation $40 80 

HIGH SCHOOLS, 1914 

State Apportionment received from State Auditor... $820 00 

Town of West Warwick $165 00 

Pentecostal Collegiate Institute 322 00 

City of Providence 137 00 

Town of West Warwick 165 00 

Pentecostal Collegiate Institute 31 00 



820 00 $820 00 



GENERAL, 1913 



Balance forward, June 1, 1914 $185 21 

From Supplies Account 75 00 

Total receipts $260 21 

Eugene L. Young $15 00 

Charles A. Capwell 40 00 

Andrew W. Burgess 175 00 

230 00 $230 00 

$30 21 
GENERAL, 1914 

Appropriation $8,140 00 

Receipts 3 40 

Total receipts $8,143 40 

Edna Round $30 00 

Stephen Chapman 10 00 

Annie S. Anthony 20 00 

George W. Burlingame 80 00 

Ruth N. Allen 80 00 

Emily Young 72 00 

Dorothy Boss 24 00 

Philip Shippee 88 00 

Phebe Wood 80 00 

William A. Brown 40 00 

Ida S. Kenyon 112 00 

S. Eliza Knight 96 00 



NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK 

f "P" YOU 'ARE LOOKING FOR A STRONG BANK, WHERE A FRIENDLY 

■*--■? Welcome Always Awaits You, Open an Account "With Us. 



63 Westminster St. 

PROVIDENCE 



INDIVIDUALS, FIRMS and CORPORATIONS are invited to 

open accounts with the 

OLNEYVILLLE BRANCH of the UNION TRUST COMPANY. 



68 



Edna M. Round 50 00 

Elizabeth Ross 80 00 

Dorothy Boss 60 00 

Florence Ide 80 00 

Bessie Yeaw 80 00 

Grace Cutler 80 00 

Martha W. Wood 112 00 

Martha W. Wood 2 00 

H. E. Dexter 80 00 

Alice Arndt 80 00 

Frank E. Dixon 70 00 

Rose A. Hill 80 00 

James S. Tucker . 88 00 

Ruth N. Allen 2 00 

Emily Young 22 00 

James King 6 00 

James B. Ide 5 00 

James A. Hopkins 8 75 

Charles B. Snell 16 00 

Wilson E. Barden 15 00 

O. O. Hill 67 50 

E. I. Cole 14 46 

George W. Burlingame 61 00 

Martha W. Wood 56 00 

Dorothy Boss 44 00 

Florence Ide 42 00 

Philip Shippee 44 00 

Alice Arndt 42 00 

Ida S. Kenyon 56 00 

S. Eliza Knight 48 00 

Ermina P. Hill 42 00 

Frank E. Dixon 42 00 

Herbert E. Baxter 42 00 

James Tucker 44 00 

Grace Cutler 42 00 

Viola Warner 42 00 

Rose A. Hill 42 00 

Emily M. Young 48 00 

Elizabeth Ross 44 00 

Phebe Wood 42 00 

Ashton Slater 44 00 

Elizabeth Ross 44 00 

George W. Burlingame £2 00 

Martha Wood 56 00 

Dorothy Boss 44 00 

Florence Ide 42 00 

Phebe Wood 42 00 

Go to H. G. Nott & Co. for Your Shoes 

OLNEYVIIXE SQUARE 



\JT/E pay Interest on Accounts subject to check and issue Demand 
Certificates of Deposit at special rates. 

OLNEYVILLE BRANCH of the UNION TRUST COMPANY. 



69 



Philip Shippee 44 00 

Alice Arndt 42 00 

Ida S. Kenyon 56 00 

S. Eliza Knight 48 00 

Ermina Hill 42 00 

Frank E. Dixon 42 00 

Herbert Baxter 42 00 

j-ames S. Tucker 44 00 

^race Cutler » 42 00 

Viola Warner 42 00 

Rose A. Hill 42 00 

Emily Young 48 00 

Arthur H. Ide 35 00 

E. I. Cole 3 00 

Rockland Store 125 

William A. Brown 64 00 

Andrew W. Burgess 175 00 

James King 12 00 

Charles B. Snell 28 00 

William Sherman 20 00 

Emily Young 3 50 

Willis Fiske 15 00 

J. A. Miller 34 00 

John A. Battey 134 02 

Grace Cutler 19 80 

Rose Hill 42 00 

Emily Young 48 00 

Bessie Yeaw 33 00 

Viola Warner 31 95 

Sara J. Winsor 10 50 

E. A. Salisbury 27 92 

George W. Burlingame 42 00 

Martha W. Wood 56 00 

Dorothy Boss 44 00 

Eliza J. Dickinson 42 00 

Phebe Wood 42 00 

Florence Ide 42 00 

Pnilip Shippee 44 00 

Alice Arndt 42 00 

Ida S. Kenyon 56 00 

S. Eliza Knight 48 00 

Ermina P. Hill 42 00 

Frank E. Dixon 42 00 

Herbert E. Baxter 42 00 

James Tucker 44 00 

Grace Cutler 42 00 

Rose Hill 42 00 

Emily Young 48 00 

Flooring L ow L e L stpr.Ies L. Sweet & Co. 

709 Harris Avenue, Providence, R. I. 



We pay 4% interest on Savings Deposits 

OLNEYVILLE BRANCH 
OF THE UNION TRUST COMPANY. 

70 



.debtee Yeaw 44 00 

iSara Winsor 42 00 

Balance Special Aid, 1913 58 54 

William F. Angell 46 75 

Andrew W. Burgess 21 66 

William A. Brown 67 Ij 

George W. Burlingame 42 00 

Martha W. Wood 56 00 

Dorothy Boss 44 00 

Eliza Dickinson 42 00 

Florence Ide 42 00 

Phebe Wood 42 00 

Philip Shippee 44 00 

Alice Arndt 42 00 

Ida S. Kenyon 56 . 

S. Eliza Knight 48 00 

Ermina Hill • 42 00 

Frank E. Dixon 42 00 

Herbert Baxter 42 00 

James Tucker 44 00 

Grace Cutler 42 00 

Rose Hill 42 00 

Emily Young 48 00 

Elizabeth Ross 22 00 

Bessie Yeaw , 22 00 

Sara J. Winsor 42 00 

Elmer F. Hopkins 10 00 

Israel P. Rounds 5 00 

W. H. Deacon 4 18 

Rose Hill 21 00 

Frank E. Dixon 21 00 

Phebe Wood 21 00 

Emily Young 24 00 

Ida S. Kenyon 28 00 

S. Eliza Knight 24 00 

Ermina P. Hill . 21 00 

James S. Tucker 22 00 

Grace Cutler 21 00 

Alice Arndt 21 00 

Martha Wood v. 28 00 

Elizabeth Ross 22 00 

Sara Winsor 21 00 

Philip Shippee ■ 22 00 

Florence Ide 2100 

Dorothy Boss 2200 

Herbert E. Baxter ... 21 00 

Dorothy Boss 3 50 

National Exchange Bank ^SZZ^ 

||? YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A STRONG BANK. WHERE A FRIENDLY 
11 Welcome Awaits You, Open an Account With Us. 



\Y/E. pay Interest on Accounts subject to check and issue Demand 
Certificates of Deposit at special rates. 

0LNEYV1LLE BRANCH of the UNION TRUST COMPANY. 

71 

Emily Young 3 50 

Martha W. Wood 3 50 

Balance of Dog Money, 1913 301 35 

Charles B. Snell 28 00 

Arthur H. Ide 15 00 

Frank E. Dixon 11 26 

George W. Burlingame 21 00 

Eliza Dickinson 21 00 

Poll Taxes, 1913 93 00 

Poll Taxes, 1914 80 00 

$8,676 29 $6,582 00 

Total payments 6,582 00 

Balance June 1, 1915 $2,094 29 

STATE APPROPRIATION, TEACHERS' WAGES, 1914 

State Appropriation , . . . $1,500 00 

George W. Burlingame $60 00 

Martha W. Wood 56 00 

Dorothy J. Boss 44 00 

Florence Ide 42 00 

Phebe Wood 42 00 

Philip Shippee 44 00 

Alice Arndt . 42 00 

Ida S. Kenyon 56 00 

S. Eliza Knight 48 00 

Ermina Hill 42 00 

Frank E. Dixon 42 00 

Herbert E. Baxter 42 00 

James S. Tucker 44 00 

Grace Cutler 42 00 

Viola Warner 42 00 

Rose A. Hill 42 00 

Emily Young 48 00 

Elizabeth Ross 44 00 

State Auditor, December apportionment 405 70 

George W. Burlingame 34 50 

Martha W. Wood 31 50 

Dorothy J. Boss 25 50 

Florence Ide 21 00 

Phebe Wood 21 00 

Philip Shippee 22 00 

Alice Arndt 21 00 

Ida S. Kenyon 28 00 

S. Eliza Knight 24 00 

Ermina Hill 21 00 

Frank E. Dixon 21 00 



National Exchange Bank 

63 WESTMINSTER STREET, PROVIDENCE, R. I. 



Established 1801 

If you think of changing: 

your bank, there is 

None better than this. 



Transact your banking business with the 
Olneyville Branch of the Union Trust Co. 



72 



Herbert E. Baxter 

James S. Tucker 

Grace Cutler 

Viola Warner 

Rose A. Hill 

Emily Young 

Elizabeth Ross 

Elizabeth Ross 

George W. Burlingame 

Martha W. Wood 

Dorothy Boss 

Eliza Dickinson 

Florence Ide 

Phebe Wood 

Philip Shippee 

Alice Arndt 

Ida S. Kenyon 

S. Eliza Knight 

Ermina Hill 

Frank E. Dixon 

Herbert E. Baxter 

James S. Tucker 

Grace Cutler 

$1,905 70 $1,905 70 
Total payments 1,905 70 

STATE SPECIAL AID, 1913 

Balance June 1, 1914 $140 25 

E. I. Cole $22 50 

John Colvin 20 75 

H. W. King 2 00 

Frank E. Potter 10 65 

Jesse B. Nason 25 81 



2100 


22 00 


2100 


2100 


2100 


24 00 


22 00 


1100 


42 00 


56 00 


44 00 


42 00 


42 00 


42 00 


44 00 


42 00 


56 00 


48 00 


42 00 


42 00 


42 00 


44 00 


22 20 



Total payments 81 71 $81 71 

Balance to General, 1914 $58 54 

SPECIAL AID, 1914 

State Apportionment $168 74 

American Seating Co $168 74 



Total payments 168 74 $168 74 



When You Think of Getting MEDICINE-Think of 

T. R. PARKER'S DRUG STORE, 

JUNCTION HARTFORD AVENUE AND PLAINF1EXD STREET 



Transact your banking business with the 
Olneyville Branch oi tiae Union Trust Co. 



73 

REPAIRS, 1913 

Balance June 1, 1914 $361 30 

Andrew W. Burgess $22 72 

Virgil W. Philips 9 20 

Charles A. Capwell 6 30 

Jesse B. Mason 2 20 

W. P. Mather 4 50 

E. L. Young 7 06 

Total payments 51 98 $51 98 

Balance returned to Treasurer $309 32 

REPAIRS, 1914 

Appropriation $500 00 

Rufus Mitchell $14 00 

E. L. Young 8 89 

G. M. D. Wright ' 88 55 

Smith Brothers 13 75 

George W. Cole 68 68 

Coomer S. Ford I . 120 00 

E. H. Warner 11 15 

L. Sweet & Co 25 25 

C. J. Atwood 10 10 

Rockland Store 19 49 

E. H. Warner 5 00 

Rockland Store 3 55 

Sarah McKinley 3 00 

Andrew W. Burgess 28 68 

Rockland Store 4 20 

A. L. Wood 3 91 

Andrew W. Burgess 26 58 

E. L. Young 6 77 

Rockland Store 5 52 

Total payments 467 07 $467 07 

Balance June 1, 1915 $32 93 

SUPPLIES, 1913 

Balance June 1, 1914 $84 38 

D. C. Hall & Co $6 51 

Edward E. Babb & Co 1 86 

Edward E. Babb & Co 8 45 

American Book Co 4 40 

G. M. D. Wright 3 70 

NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK 6 lSt££f- 

TT^ YOU "ARE LOOKING FOR A STRONG BANK, WHERE A FRIENDLY 

"Welcome Always Awaits You, Open an Account With Us. 



We pay 4% interest on Savings Deposits 

OLNEYVILLE BRANCH 
OF THE UNION TRUST COMPANY. 

74 



W. F. Angell 13 75 

Martin S. Smith 9 00 

Total payments 47 67 $47 67 

Balance to Treasury $36 71 

SUPPLIES, 1914 

Appropriation $500 00 

E. F. Sibley & Co $8 25 

Edward E. Babb & Co 75 15 

Ginn & Co 10 40 

J. L. Hammett Co 25 16 

Silver, Burdett & Co 29 41 

Andrew W. Burgess 34 56 

Ginn & Co 33 96 

Edward E. Babb & Co 3 92 

American Book Co 3 84 

E. P. Dutton & Co 24 84 

Silver, Burdett & Co 16 00 

Edward E. Babb & Co 4 80 

American Book Co 55 

Ginn & Co 5 72 

American Book Co 4 81 

Silver, Burdett & Co 3 08 

Pentecostal Trade School 2 75 

Silver, Burdett & Co 13 38 

Edward E. Babb & Co. 11 60 

Ginn & Co 157 22 

A. N. Palmer Co 3 65 

J. L. Hammett Co 7 43 

Edward E. Babb & Co 4 61 

Silver, Burdett & Co 1 03 

E. P. Dutton & Co 2 23 

A. W. Burgess, Supt 4 50 

D. C. Heath & Co 69 

Silver, Burdett & Co. 1 37 

Total $504 50 $490 41 

490 41 

Balance June 1, 1915 $14 09 

INTEREST, 1914 

Industrial Trust Co., note discounted $128 33 

Eveline C. Capwell 31 48 

Ida A. Kingman 15 00 



M -• 1 r? 1 O 1 One of the Oldest an< 

{National exchange bank strongest Banks in r. 



One of the Oldest and 

I. 
63 Westminster Street, Providence. 



We pay 4% interest on Savings Deposits 

OLNEYVILLE BRANCH 
OF THE UNION TRUST COMPANY. 

75 

Mary E. Battey 75 34 

Bessie M. Yeaw 27 70 

Rhoda M. King 2 94 

Estate of Annie G. Richardson 75 12 

Estate of Annie G. Richardson 75 12 

Laura S. Corbin 16 25 

Isaac M. Vickery 10 00 

Eliza M. Mathewson 42 33 

John H. King 6 25 

Maude L. Studley 15 70 

Commodore Perry Council, No. 10 24 11 

Industrial Trust Co., discount 10 00 

Eveline C. Capwell 22 36 

Lyman A. Knight 147 52 

Industrial Trust Co., discount 13 50 

Marenus C. Young Estate 65 62 

Marenus C. Young Estate 26 46 

Susan J. Parker 18 28 

Marenus C. Young Estate 17 65 

Marenus C. Young Estate 10 46 

Harriet A. Gahan 100 00 

James F. Studley 25 00 

John H. King 6 25 

William F. Angell 60 00 

Eliza J. Searle 30 00 

George E. Hill 143 85 

Sarah L. Hill 44 81 

Eliza M. Mathewson 5 00 

Eliza M. Mathewson 53 68 

Estate of Isaac M. Vickery 2 50 

James A. Barden 110 00 

Fred S. Hill 89 02 

Lucius Albro, Trustee 200 00 

Ada L. Warner 15 25 

Ann E. Steere 38 50 

Ann E. Steere 30 16 

William A. Woodmansee, Jr 187 28 

Estate of William A. Woodmansee 113 60 

Estate of William A. Woodmansee 275 32 

Bessie P. Wood 62 50 

Benjamin Wood 95 00 

Ida A. Kingman 12 50 

Eveline C. Capwell 28 15 

Susan A. Tilden 5 00 

Mary E. Irons 29 78 

Laura S. Corbin 15 00 

John H. King 6 25 

George L. Westcott 75 12 

N. # 1 C L D 1 One of the Oldest and 

ational bxchange bank strongest Banks * r. i. 

63 Westminster jSireet, Providence. 



Transact your banking business with the 
Olneyville Branch ol the Union Trust Co< 



7 6 



Frank H. Westcott 75 12 

Eugene J. Randall 5 00 

Seituate Baptist Church 10 00 

Hattie J. Randall 5 00 

Estate of Isaac M. Vickery 1 25 

Eliza M. Mathewson 42 33 

Hamilton Lodge, No. 15, A. F. & A. M 5 82 

Hamilton Lodge, No. 15, A. F. & A. M 39 26 

Vivian M. Potter 195 80 

Joshua S. Hill 110 03 

Joshua S. Hill 295 38 

Ada L. Warner 6 25 

Lena E. Barden 6 76 

Henry C. Barden or Lula M. West or survivor 20 50 

John H. King 6.25 

D. Howland, Treasurer, Trustee of A. K. Barnes Fund 117 73 

William F. Angell 57 00 

Eliza J. Searle 33 00 

Eliza M. Mathewson 53 68 

Peter King, Jr 50 00 

James A. Barden 55 00 

Irving F. and Hattie L. Smith 28 99 

Fred S. Hill 89 02 

Eveline C. Capwell 30 22 

Lyman A. Knight 121 45 



$4,197 88 
NOTES PAYABLE 

Receipts Payments 

Industrial Trust Co $6,000 00 

Eveline C. Capwell 100 00 

Ida A. Kingman 500 00 600 00 

Mary E. Battey 835 00 860 00 

Bessie M. Yeaw 284 92 284 92 

Rhoda M. King « 22 00 

Estate of Annie G. Richardson 3,004 66 

George L. Westcott 3,004 66 

Estate of Annie G. Richardson 3,004 66 

Frank H. Westcott 3,004 66 

Laura S. Corhin 600 00 650 00 

Phenix Trust Co 410 00 

Isaac M. Vickery 200 00 200 00 

Eliza M. Mathewson 1,693 00 1,693 00 

John H. King 500 00 500 00 

Maude L. Studley 1,100 00 1,255 76 

Commodore Perry Council, No. 10 100 00 175 00 

Industrial Trust Co 1,000 00 

NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK ■ HSSt 

63 WESTMINSTER ST., PROV., R. I. None better than this. 



INDIVIDUALS, FIRMS and CORPORATIONS are invited to 

open accounts with the 

OLNEYVILLLE BRANCH of the UNION TRUST COMPANY. 



77 



Receipts 

Eveline C. Capwell 

Lyman A. Knight 3,540 53 

Industrial Trust Co 3,000 00 

Industrial Trust Co 

Susan J. Parker 200 00 

Marenus C. Young Estate 200 00 

Harriet A. Gahan 2,000 00 

James F. Studley 1,000 00 

Industrial Trust Co 

John H. King 500 00 

William F. Angell 1,900 00 

Eliza J. Searle 1,100 00 

George E. Hill 1,000 00 

Sarah L. Hill 325 00 

Eliza M. Mathewson 100 00 

Eliza M. Mathewson 2,147 29 

Estate of Isaac M. Vickery 100 00 

James A. Barden 2,200 00 

Fred S. Hill 3,560 64 

Ada L. Warner 375 00 

Ann E. Steere 

Ann E. Steere 1,000 00 

William A. Woodmansee, Jr 1,000 00 

Estate of William A. Woodmansee 

Estate of William A. Woodmansee 2,000 00 

Bessie P. Wood 1,250 00 

Benjamin Wood 1,900 00 

Ida A. Kingman 400 00 

Eveline C. Capwell 

Susan A. Tilden (Abbie J. Austin Estate) 

Mary E. Irons 600 00 

Laura S. Corbin 600 00 

Estate of Isaac M. Vickery 

John H. King 500 00 

George L. Westcott 3,004 66 

Frank H. Westcott 3,004 66 

Eugene J. Randall (Abbie J. Austin Estate) 

Scituate Baptist Church 200 00 

Hattie E. Randall (Abbie J. Austin Estate) 

Eliza M. Mathewson 1,693 00 

Hamilton Lodge, No. 15, A. F. & A. M 

Hamilton Lodge, No. 15, A. F. & A. M 261 18 

Joshua S. Hill 

Joshua S. Hill 4,000 00 

Ada L. Warner 375 00 

Lena E. Barden (adjusted from $106 42) 



100 00 


3,540 53 


6,000 00 


200 00 


200 00 


2,000 00 


1,000 00 


4,000 00 


500 00 


2,000 00 


1,200 00 


1,000 00 


375 00 


100 00 


2,147 29 


200 00 


2,200 00 


3,560 64 


422 41 


770 03 


332 52 


839 43 


509 14 


1,234 06 


1,250 00 


1,900 00 


500 00 


100 00 


100 00 


595 68 


600 00 


100 00 


500 00 


3,004 66 


3,004 66 


100 00 


200 00 


100 00 


1,693 00 


50 00 


22192 


1,547 51 


2.345 64 


375 00 


42 66 



J. Will Carpenter & Son 



(ARTHUR W. 
Telephone West 33. 



CARPENTER.) 
Night Call Attendance. 



Funeral Directors and 
Embalmers 
85 Plainfield St., Providence, R. I. 

AUTO FOB OUT OF TOWN CALLS 



W 1 



E pay Interest on Accounts subject to check and issue Demand 
Certificates of Deposit at special rates. 

0LNEYV1LLE BRANCH of the UNION TRUST COMPANY. 

Receipts Payments 

Henry C. Barden or Lula M. West or survivor 200 00 

Henry C. Barden or Lula M. Lawton or survivor 200 00 

John H. King 500 00 500 00 

D. Howland, Treasurer, Trustee A. K. Barnes Fund. . . 600 00 600 00 

William F. Angell 1,900 00 1,900 00 

Eliza J. Searle 1,000 00 1,100 00 

Eliza M. Mathewson 2,147 29 2,147 29 

Peter King, Jr 1,000 00 1,000 00 

James A. Barden 2,200 00 2,200 00 

Irving E. and Hattie L. Smith 284 14 

Fred S. Hill 3,500 00 3,560 64 

Eveline C. Capwell 89 00 

Lyman A. Knight 3,400 00 3,540 53 



Total $80,306 49 $82,643 38 

NOTES PAYABLE 

George E. Hill Demand Mar. 5, 1895 $25 00 

Ruth Woodmansee . Demand Apr. 8, 1905 762 84 

Sarah L. Hill Demand May 14, 1907 400 00 

Marenus C. Young Demand May 14, 1907 150 00 

Covenan Lodge Demand Jan. 4, 1908 1,548 17 

John R. Atwood Demand Jan. 4, 1908 5,500 00 

Marenus C. Young Estate. . .Demand Dec. 5, 1908 200 00 

Caroline Boss Demand July 30, 1909 284 17 

Eva G. Hobbs Demand July 30, 1909 316 70 

Marenus C. Young Estate . . . Demand Dec. 6, 1909 100 00 

Maria A. Sayles Demand June 13, 1910 1,200 00 

Minnie F. Cole Demand Nov. 19, 1910 1,936 75 

Lucius Albro, Trustee Demand Dec. 19,1910 4,000 00 

Susan J. Parker Demand Dec. 19, 1910 2,778 00 

Mary E. Rounds Demand Dec. 19, 1910 400 00 

Clarence A. Aldrich Demand Mar. 11, 1911 368 40 

Henry N. Capwell . Demand Aug. 23, 1911 50 00 

Abbie A. King Demand Aug. 23, 1911 1,200 00 

Lavina W. Young Demand Dec. 14, 1911 1,725 80 

Gilbert W. & Mary F. Adams Demand Jan. 12, 1912 500 00 

Vivian M. Potter Demand Apr. 16, 1912 1,300 00 

Henry N. Capwell Demand May 2, 1912 1,600 00 

Henry N. Capwell Demand May 7, 1912 48 00 

Albert H. Whitman Demand June 26, 1912 500 00 

Walter C. & Olive C. Smith Demand July 12, 1912 100 00 

Gooree K. Whitman Demand Aug. 12, 1912 1,004 96 

Henry N. Capwell Demand Oct. 12, 1912 300 00 

Laura A. & Clara Dexter ....Demand Nov. 12,1912 500 00 



National Exchange Bank 6 ^S£f- 

STANDS FIRST ON '-ROLL OF HONOR" £%&&££?& ZZZ 



INDIVIDUALS, FIRMS and CORPORATIONS are invited to 

open accounts with the 
OLNEYVILLLE BRANCH of the UNION TRUST COMPANY. 

79 

R. B. Round Demand Dec. 12,1912 1,044 48 

R. B. Round Demand Dec. 12, 1912 1,000 00 

Cook & Smith Demand Dec. 24,1912 420 00 

Eveline C. Capwell Demand Apr. 13, 1913 1,500 00 

($1989 less payments) 

Bessie M. Yeaw June 18, 1914 284 92 

Mary E. Battey June 18, 1914 835 00 

Maude L. Studley Aug. 9, 1914 1,100 00 

Commodore Perry Council Aug. 27, 1914 100 00 

Marenus C. Young Estate Sept. 14, 1914 200 00 

Susan J. Parker Sept. 14, 1914 200 00 

Harriet A. Gahan Sept. 29, 1914 2,000 00 

James F. Studley Oct. 4, 1914 1,000 00 

George E. Hill Oct. 26, 1914 1,000 00 

Eliza M. Mathewson Oct. 30, 1914 100 00 

Sarah L. Hill Nov. 2, 1914 325 00 

Ann E. Steere Nov. 30, 1914 1,000 00 

Estate of Wm. A. Woodmansee Dec. 10,1914 2,000 00 

Wra. A. Woodmansee, Jr Dec. 10, 1914 1,000 00 

Benjamin Wood Dec. 16, 1914 1,900 00 

Ida A. Dominie Dec. 18, 1914 400 00 

Bessie P. Wood Dec. 20, 1914 1,250 00 

Abbie J. Austin Estate Jan. 12, 1914 100 00 

Abbie J. Austin Estate Jan. 12, 1914 100 00 

Scituate Baptist Church Jan. 4, 1915 200 00 

Mary E. Irons Jan. 11, 1915 600 00 

Frank H. Westcott Jan. 25, 1915 3,004 66 

George L. Westcott Jan. 25, 1915 3,004 66 

Laura S. Corbin Jan. 28, 1915 600 00 

Eliza M. Mathewson Feb. 8, 1915 1,693 00 

Hamilton Lodge Feb. 17, 1915 261 18 

Ada. L. Warner Mar. 23, 1915 375 00 

Joshua Hill Mar. 25, 1915 4,000 00 

John H. King Apr. 4, 1915 500 00 

Henry C. Barden or Lula N. Lawton . . .Apr. 8, 1915 200 00 

Eliza J. Searle Apr. 21, 1915 1,000 00 

A. K. Barnes Fund Apr. 22, 1915 600 00 

William F. Angell Apr. 27, 1915 1,900 00 

Eliza M. Mathewson May 3, 1915 2,147 29 

Peter King, Jr May 12, 1915 1,000 00 

James A. Barden May 13, 1915 2,200 00 

Fred S. Hill May 14, 1915 3,500 00 

Lyman A. Knight May 27, 1915 3,400 00 



Total $77,843 98 

Notes payable outstanding June 1, 1914 $80,244 63 

Receipts 80,306 49 



$160,55112 
Payments ' 82,643 38 



$77,907 74 
Lena E. Barden refund of note given by mistake by C. A. Capwell, 

Treasurer 63 76 



Notes payable outstanding June 1, 1915 $77,843 98 



INDIVIDUALS, FIRMS and CORPORATIONS are invited to 

open accounts with the 

OLNEYVILEXE BRANCH oi the UNION TRUST COMPANY. 



80 



Comparative Statement of Receipts and Payments for 1912, 1913, 1914. 
ASYLUM ACCOUNT 





1912 


1913 


1914 




Rets. 


Pays. 


Rets. 


Pays. 


Rets. 


Pays. 


L912 ... 

1913 ... 

1914 ... 


.$1,569 00 


$849 92 
826 31 
22153 


$1,698 50 


$1,401 00 
423 82 


$2,441 88 


$1,865 67 


Total 


$1,569 00 
$1,897 76 


$1,897 76 


$1,698 50 
1,824 82 


$1,824 82 


$2,441 88 
1,865 67 


$1,865 67 


Balance 


*$328 76 


*$126 32 


$576 21 










DOG ACCOUNT 






L912 ... 

1913 ... 

1914 ... 


. $549 65 
5 15 


$338 50 
93 70 
15 00 


$569 99 
12 00 


$155 80 
123 85 


$582 00 


$59 75 



Total 



$554 80 
447 20 



$447 20 



558199 
279 65 



$279 65 



Balance $107 60 



$302 34 to schools 
HIGHWAY ACCOUNT 



$582 00 
59 75 

f $522 25 



$59 75 



1912 ... 

1913 ... 

1914 ... 


.$2,500 00 

$2,500 00 
3,449 50 


$1,725 26 
943 14 
78110 


$3,018 00 


$2,354 58 
264 84 


$4,018 45 


$3,974 09 


Total 


$3,449 50 

$25 00 
275 00 


$3,018 00 
2,619 42 


$2,619 42 

UNT 

$225 00 
75 00 


$4,018 45 
3,S74 09 


$3,974 09 


Balance 

1912 ..., 

1913 ... 

1914 ... 


*$949 50 
. $300 00 


$398 58 
LIGHT ACCO 

$300 00 


$44 36 

$300 00 

$300 00 
296 68 


$296 68 


Total. 


. $300 00 


$300 00 


$300 00 


$300 00 


$296 68 



Balance 



$3 32 



* Overdrawn. 

tHeld for one year for dog damages. 



J. "W^ill Carpenter & Soil Funeral Directors and 

(ARTHUR W. CARPENTER) Embalmers 

85 Plainfield Street, Providence, R. I. 

Telephone West 33. Nigfht CallAttendance. AUTO FOR OUT OF TOWN CALLS 



\Y7E pay Interest on Accounts subject to check and issue Demand 
Certificates of Deposit at special rates. 

OLNEYVILLE BRANCH of the UNION TRUST COMPANY. 



81 



MISCELLANEOUS ACCOUNT (Including Forest Fires) 

$1,96107 $1,696 83 



1912 


....$1,655 65 


$856 00 






1913 




446 62 


$2,611 63 


$1,316 24 


1914 




36155 




268 43 


C. 0. 


unpaid 


62 20 







Total $1,655 65 $1,726 37 
1,726 37 



$2,611 63 $1,584 67 
1,584 67 



Balance *$70 72 



$1,026 96 
TOWN OFFICERS' ACCOUNT 



1912 ....$2,700 00 

1913 .... 

1914 .... 

C. O. unpaid 


$957 55 
952 00 
30171 
250 00 


$3,600 00 


$1,265 85 
68160 


Total 


$2,700 00 
2,461 26 


$2,46126 

SCHOOLS, 

2 

Pays. 

$2,58619 

SCHOOLS 


$3,600 00 
1,947 45 


$1,947 45 


Balance 

1912 . . . 

1913 ... 

1914 ... 


$238 74 

191 
Rets. 
.$6,000 00 

$300 00 


$1,652 55 
GENERAL ACCOUN r 

1913 
Rets. Pays. 

$6,513 50 $6,328 29 
75 00 230 00 




$6,588 50 
6,558 29 


$6,558 29 


Balance 

1912 ... 

1913 ... 

1914 ... 


$30 21 
, REPAIR ACCOUNT 

$500 00 $138 70 
5198 



Total $300 00 
Balance $300 00 to Treas. 



$500 00 
190 68 

$309 32 



$190 68 



$1,961 07 $1,696 83 
1,696 83 



$264 24 



$3,250 00 $2,171 59 



$3,250 00 $2,17159 
2,171 59 



$1,078 41 



1914 
Rets. Pays. 



5,676 29 $6,582 00 



5,676 29 $6,582 00 
!,582 00 

Yr. ends 



$2,094 29 June 30) 



$500 00 $467 07 



$500 00 
467 07 

$32 93 



$467 07 



National Exchange Bank 

63 Westminster St., Providence 



ONE OF THE OLDEST 

and STRONGEST BANKS 

IN RHODE ISLAND 



INDIVIDUALS, FIRMS and .CORPORATIONS are invited to 

open accounts with the 

OLNEYVILLLE BRANCH of the UNION TRUST COMPANY. 

82 



SCHOOLS, SUPPLIES ACCOUNT 

1912 .... $500,00 40 00 

1913 .... $500 00 $415 62 

1914 .... 46 67 $504 50 $490 41 



Total $500 00 $40 00 $500 00 $462 29 $504 50 $490 41 

40 00 462 29 490 41 

Balance $460 00 to Treas. $37 71 $14 09 
SCHOOLS, HIGH SCHOOL ACCOUNT 

1912 $1,000 00 

1913 .... $860 00 $1,075 00 $539 00 

1914 .... $1,127 80 $1,087 00 

Total $1,000 00 $860 00 $1,075 00 $539 00 $1,127 80 $1,087 00 

860 00 $539 00 $1,087 00 

Balance $140 00 to Treas. $536 00 $$40 80 

* Overdrawn. 

% Year ends April 30, 1915. 



TOWN DEBT 

June 1 1913 1914 1915 

Notes payable $79,924 48 $80,244 63 $77,843 98 

Bills payable 8,976 05 2,363 18 2,218 89 

Total $88,900 53 $82,607 81 $80,062 87 

Over draft 7 00 *705 84 916 28 

Net debt $88,907 53 $81,901 97 $79,146 59 

Decrease in Debt 7,005 56 2,755,38 

Total decrease, 1913 to 1915 9,760^94 

♦Bank balance. 

TREASUER'S REPORT, TOWN OP SCITUATE. 

Uncollected Taxes. 

Balance. Outst'nding. 
George P. Howard, Collector, 1906 and 1907 — 

June 1, 1914....$ 2,064 89 

June 1, 1915 $ 2,064 89 



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John A. Battey, Jr., Collector, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911— 

Approximate June 1, 1914 $ 7,240 13 

Payments.... 402 22 

$ 6,837 91 
Daniel A. Clarke 3rd, Collector — 

1908.. $252 50 
909.. 484 50 
1910.. 418 60 
911.. 714 75 1,870 35 

$4,967 56 4,967 56 
Daniel A. Clarke 3rd. Interest on taxes — 

.908.. $ 72 13 

1909.. 210 23 

1910.. 115 43 

911.. 171 26 

$569 05 
Charles A. Capwell, Collector, — 

1912 tax, June 1, 1914 1,650 39 

Payments 573 02 

June 1, 1915 ; $ 1,077 37 1,077 37 

Interest on taxes $ 69 44 

Willis J. Boss, Collector — 

1913 tax, June 1, 1914 2,454 07 

Payments 1,958 87 

June 1, 1915 $ 495 20 495 20 

Interest on taxes $231 49 

Poll tax, June 1, 1914 350 00 

Payments 93 00 

$ 257 00 

1914 tax assessment $24,253 05 

Payments $22,761 39 

June 1, 1915.. $ 1,491 66 1,491 66 

Poll tax assessment 481 00 

Payments 80 00 

June 1, 1915 $ 401 00 

Interest on taxes $ 10 68 

Total tax uncollected $10,096 QS 

Total poll tax 658 00 

63 Westminster St. 

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Receipts from Taxes, 

From John A. Battey, Jr., Collector $ 402 22 

From Daniel A. Clarke 3rd, Collector 1,870 35 

From Charles A. Capwell, Collector 573 02 

From Willis J. Boss, Collector 1,958 87 

From Willis J. Boss, Collector 22,761 39 

$27,565 85 

From Willis J. Boss, Collector, Poll Taxes 173 00 

From interest on taxes 880 66 

Total collected $28,619 51 

TREASUER'S REPORT, TOWN OF SCITUATE. 

Statement of A K. Barnes Fund. 

Income for the benefit of the Town Poor, credit to Asylum Acct. 

Karl Raenber, mortgage $ 200 00 

E. N. Hill, mortgage 800 00 

Town of Scituate, note 600 00 

Deposit, Peoples Savings Bank 1,117 52 

$2,717 52 

Statement of Cemetery Funds. 

Elmira Peckham Fund, deposited on participation acct., Industrial 

Trust Co $ 319 58 

Atwood Kimball Aldrich Fund, deposited on participation acct., In- 
dustrial Trust Co 319 58 

Barden Fund, deposited on participation acct., Industrial Trust Co. 380 68 

Aldrich Fund, deposited on participation acct, Industrial Trust Co. 320 35 

Johnson Fund, deposited on participation acct., Industrial Trust Co. 104 28 

Bennett Fund, deposited on participation acct., Industrial Trust Co. 108 60 

Smith Fund, deposited in Citizens Savings Bank . . . 204^64 

The income of these funds, except the Barden Fund, is devoted one- 
half to the care of the lot and one-half to the Town. 

The income of the Barden fund is devoted entirely to the care of the 
lot. 

DANIEL HOWLAND, 

Town Treasurer. 
South Scituate, R. I., August 5th, 1915. 

N« I ¥—' 1 T> 1 Established 1801 

ational hxchange bank " ^v^v^r- 

kD None better than this. 

63 WESTMINSTER STREET, PROVIDENCE, R. I. 



\JT/E pay Interest on Accounts subject to check and issue Demand 
vv Certificates of Deposit at special rates. 

OLNEYVILLE BRANCH of the UNION TRUST COMPANY. 

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Scituate, R. I., July 8th, 1915. 

To the Honorable Town Council of Scituate, R. I. : — 

Gextlem : — I beg to submit this report as Tax Collector for the years 1908- 
1909-1910-1911 : 

Taxes not collectible because of transfer of property or settlement of 

estates $1,478 75 

Taxes collected previously as shown by H. H. Potter's receipts 1,189 50 

Taxes collected previously as shown by J. A. Battey, Jr.'s receipts 68 00 

Taxes collected previously as shown by C. A. Capwell's receipts 114 00 

Taxes exempt because of Civil War Service 47 00 

Taxes abated because of Civil War Service 673 35 

Taxes abated at Financial Town Meeting. 1912 25 00 

Total $3,595 60 

Taxes collected $1,403 50 

Interest collected 654 38 

Total $2,057 88 

Taxes uncollected by Statement A $379 50 

Taxes uncollected by Statement B 173 00 

Taxes uncollected by Statement C 909 50 

Total . , $1,462 00 

Yours respectfully. 

DAXIEL A. CLARKE, 3d. 
July 8th. 1915, Town Council received and accepted. 

WILLIAM F. ANGELL 

DEALER IN 

COAL, WOOD and Lumber 

Livery & Feed Stable 

North Scituate, R. I. 

National Exchange Bank s.™^! bL* 

63 Westminster Street, Providence. 



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in R. I. 



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TOWN OFFICERS FOR 1915 

SENATOR. 

CHARLES K. CLARKE, M. D. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

FRANK F. BROWN. 

VOTING DISTRICT NO. i. 

WILLIS J. BOSS, Moderator. FRED A. BOWERS, Clerk. 

VOTING DISTRICT NO. 2. 
EDWARD FRIAR, Moderator. CHARLES A. BRAYTON, Clerk. 

VOTING DISTRICT NO. 3. 
WILSON E. BARDEN, Moderator. ORRISON COLE, Clerk. 

TOWN CLERK. 

DANIEL H. REMINGTON. 

Office hours, 9 to 12 m., 1 to 4 p. m. Saturdays, 9 to 12 m. 

TOWN COUNCIL. 

1. CHARLES K. CLARKE, President. 5. ROBERT RHODES 

2. THOMAS CURRA/N 6. OLIVER H. ARNOLD 

3. LOUIS G. HOHLER 7. MERLE B. YOUNG 

4. HARRY H. LUTHER 

TOWN TREASURER. 

DANIEL HOWLAND. 

Office hours at Town Clerk's Office: 

Mondays, 10 to 12 m. Thursdays, 2 :30 to 4 p. m. 

TOWN SERGEANT. 

HERBERT A. PAGE. 

OVERSEER OF THE POOR. 

JOHN H. DAVIS. 

ASSESSORS OF TAXES. 
EMANUEL HOPKINS FRED A. REMINGTON 

PHILIP SHIPPEE 
SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 

GEORGE W. COLE Term expires 1918 

EUGENE L. YOUNG Term expires 1916 

ANDREW W. BURGESS Term expires 1916 

TRUANT OFFICER. 
WILLIS W. FISKE. 

SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS. 
ANDREW W. BURGESS. 



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SURVEYORS OF HIGHWAYS. 

GEORGE H. HOWARD District No. 1 

EDWARD F. PAGE District No. 2 

WELDON C. LANGFORD District No. 3 

LOUIS G. HOHLER District No. 4 

POUND KEEPERS. 
EDWARD P. HARRIS ALBERTO HAWKINS 

EDGAR I. COLE JAMES KING 

PUBLIC WEIGHERS. 

GEORGE H. BARTLETT A. LOWELL JOHNSON 

CHARLES H. LAWTON 

CONSTABLES TO SERVE CIVIL PROCESS. 

JOHN P. BURLINGAME HERBERT A. PAGE 

SAMUEL GOLDENBERG 

AUCTIONEERS. 

COOMER S. FORD WILSON E. BARDEN 

ARTHUR E. MOAN 
AUDITORS. 
JAMES K. RALPH GEORGE W. COLE 

GEORGE H. BARTLETT 
MEASURERS AND CORDERS OF WOOD. 
GEORGE M. D. WRIGHT ERNEST M. SPENCER 

CHARLES A. CAPWELL HERBERT A. PAGE 

A. LOWELL JOHNSON HARRY E. SMITH 

SURVEYOR OF LUMBER. 
ELBERT F.. FINK 
SEALERS OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. 
HARRY E. FISKE 
SPECIAL CONSTABLES. 
ALLEN BISHOP JOHN H. RILEY 

SPECIAL CONSTABLE UNDER THE LIQUOR LAW. 
JOHN H. RILEY 
POLICE CONSTABLES. 
JOHN P. BURLINGAME JOHN ALLEN BROWN 

CLARENCE C. SPENCER SILAS N. SMITH 

JOHN H. RILEY CHARLES B. SNELL 

FRED A. BOWERS WALTER ALLEN 

ERNEST D. EDWARDS 

FENCE VIEWERS. 

MARTIN S. SMITH EDGAR I. COLE 

WILLIAM D. GROVES 

OFFICER FOR BURIAL OF SOLDIERS. 

CHARLES A. TUCKER. 



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HEALTH OFFICER. 

H. W. SMITH, M. D. 

TOWN PHYSICIAN. 

H. VV. SMITH, iM. D. 

SUPERINTENDENT OF ASYLUM. 

HARRY H. LUTHER 

INSPECTOR OF THE ASYLUM. 

ROBERT RHODES 

DOG OFFICER. 

ARTHUR E. MOAN 

TOWN UNDERTAKER. 

VARNUM STEERsE 

CORONER. 
VARNUM STEERE. 
FOR CARE OF NORTH SCITUATE POLICE STATION. 
FRED A. BOVVERS 
FOR CARE OF HOPE POLICE STATION. 
FRANK SPENCER 
FOR CARE OF TOWN HOUSE. 
D. H. REMINGTON 
TOWN FORESTER. 
EVERETT B. DEXTER 
DISTRICT FOREST WARDENS, ELECTED IN APRIL. 
MARSHALL D. HOPKINS CHARLES W. WILBUR 

JOSEPH W. SMITH RAYMOND M. TUCKER 

EDWIN A. SALISBURY FRED D. ARNDT 

HAJRLEY T. LUTHER EDGAR I. COLE 

GEORGE W. FRINK JOHN A. BATTEY, Jr. 

GEO'RGE E. HILL GEORGE H. HOWARD 

HERBERT A. PAGE WILLIE C. EDISON 

APPRAISER OF DAMAGE DONE BY DOGS, ELECTED IN APRIL. 

ALFRED I. HOPKINS SESSIMON B. ROUNDS 

F. H. JACQUES. 

DEALER IN 

Groceries, Hay & Grain 

SOUTH SCITUATE, R. I. 



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Real Estate »nd Insurance 

Dairy, Fruit and Poultry Farms 
A Specialty 

INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS 

JAMES A. HOPKINS 

Post Office Box 64 
Tel. Scitnate 4-L-4 NORTH SCITUATE, R. L 

HENRY W. SEAMANS 

GROCERIES & MEATS, DRY GOODS 

AND CENERAL MERCHANDISE 

NORTH SCITUATE, - RHODE ISLAND 



D. M. REMINGTON, 

FIRE INSURANCE. 
SOUTH SCITUATE, R. I. 



I Cordially Invite You to Call and Kxamine My Stock of Fine 

HIGH GRADE PIANOS 

Sold for Cash or on Easy Terms. No Interest. 

YOUR OLD PIANO, ORGAN OR TALKING MACHINE 
TAKEN IN EXCHANGE 



Every Piano Fully Warranted 
0TOH3ST T t FLETCHEI 
11 HARTFORD AVENUE 

Opposite Royal Theatre, Olneyville 

HEAD Collectors' Notice on second page of this book 



SMITH BROTHERS 



GENERAL STOTE 



Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Hay and 
Grain, Lime and Cement. 

Telephone Connection NORTH SCITUATE, R. I. 



Established 1837 Telephone Connection 

BYRON ME All „ Dealer in Fumiture « 

U1 **** 1 ^ " .^ v Crockery> oil cioth, 
Furnishing Undertaker Linoleum, Ranges, 

ANTHONY, R. I. StOVCS, &C. 

Floral Department in Connection 

"SAY NOTHING, &UT SAW WOOD" 



Scituate Home BaRery 

NORTH SCITUATE, R. I. 

A Full Line of Everything Pertaining 
to the Baking Business. 

Brown Bread and Beans Every Sunday Morning 

1NILS J. TYRING 

^ — aran^— mm n i B aamnin— 

ARTHUR CUSHING WILLIAM F. CARROLL 

JAMES F. McCARTIN 

Httorne^s & Counsellors at Xaw 

19 COLLEGE STREET, 
rooms 16, i 7) 18, , 9 & 25 . PROVIDENCE, R. I. 



ASSOCIATES OF THE LATE CHARLES H. PAGE 

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Industrial Trust Company 



49 WESTMINSTER STREET 
PROVIDENCE, R. I. 

LARGEST BANK IN RHODE ISLAND 



CAPITAL - $3,000,000. 

SURPLUS $3,000,000. 



BRANCHES IN 
*PA W TUCKET SA£# WPOR T WOON SOCKET 
BRISTOL W1CKFORD PASCO AQ 

WESTERLY WARREN 



BANKING DEPARTMENT 

Interest paid on deposits. Issues certificates of deposit at attractive 
rates. Loans and discounts. Collections made on all points 
on favorable terms. 



FOREIGN EXCHANGE DEPARTMENT 

Foriegn drafts and letters of credit available in all parts of the world. 
Cable transfers. 



TRUST DEPARTMENT 

Authorized to accept trusts. Is a legal depository for trust funds 
Acts as trustee, executor, administrator, guardian and as regis- 
trar and transfer agent of corporations. 



WM. M. HARRIS, JR. 

WE KEEP EVERYTHING IN 

Sash, Doors, Blinds, Shingles, Laths, Glass, Lime, Cement 

Clapboards, Casings, Corner Blocks and Inside Finish. 

xMouldings of all kinds, Plastering Hair. 

Yellow Pine Lumber, all sizes. Wire and Cut 
Nails by the pound, keg or carload. 

oMost Complete Assortment of Building Materials in the State 
Stop in and look Our Stock over. 

OfHce and Yard, Cor. Harris & Atwells Avenues, 
on the N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R. 

TELEPHONES {™ §? PROVIDENCF, R. I. 

J. A.. LABBE3E, 
2-3 Olneyville Square. 

Boots, Shoes and Rubbers 




Special Line of Heavy Goods 
for Agricultural Purposes. 

Agent for Converse "Triple Tread" 
Rubbers All guaranteed. Will out- 
wear lour pairs of any other make. 

MASON'S MATERIALS 

Brick, Lime, Cement, &c. 

AT THE 

Olneyville Hay and Grain Co. 

25 Manton Ave., Olneyville, R. I. 



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